fantasy

Skin Game by Jim Butcher: Chicago’s Wizard Harry Dresden Is Back

Bestsellers
Skin Game

As I explained when I reviewed Ghost Story, I’m an avid Dresden Files series fan. This is a long-running bestselling series for a reason because, thankfully, every book in it is fresh, fun, and very well written. So, of course, I could hardly wait to read Skin Game when I learned it was coming out. […]

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Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige: This Is Not Your Grandmother’s Oz

Fantasy & Supernatural
Dorothy Must Die

I’m one of those people who could probably quote the entire script for The Wizard of Oz and sing all the lyrics to all of the songs. For Halloween I’ve periodically dressed as just about every character, except Dorothy. So, of course, I was intrigued when I saw an ad for Dorothy Must Die by […]

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Frost Burned by Patricia Briggs: Black Friday Meets Urban Myth

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Frost Burned

I’m a big fan of Patricia Briggs’ Mercy Thompson series, so I snapped up her bestselling novel Frost Burned as soon as I had a break in my normal review schedule. Gotta get my shape shifter fix. If you’re into urban paranormal fantasy fiction and haven’t read any of the Mercy Thompson series, you’re in […]

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Morningside Fall from Legends of the Dustwalker by Jay Posey

Fantasy & Supernatural
Morningside Fall

When I read Three, Book #1 of Legends of the Dustwalker, by Jay Posey, it blew me away and I’ve been anxiously awaiting Book #2, Morningside Fall. In Three, the world building was excellent, the characters grabbed hold and wouldn’t let go, and the storyline was riveting. This is a post-apocalyptic, dystopian series with sci-fi, […]

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The Rich and the Dead by Liv Spector: Book Review & Giveaway

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The Rich and the Dead

We’re participating in a new book-related giveaway hop, Fool for Books, in honor of April Fools Day. For this hop, we’ve decided to feature The Rich and the Dead by Liv Spector because it’s not just a near future murder mystery but one with a very interesting twist you probably wouldn’t guess about from the […]

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Blood Orange Soda by James Michael Larranaga: Why Teen Becomes Vampire

Fantasy & Supernatural
Blood Orange Soda

Every once in a while, I see a book cover and think, “Now that’s really odd looking. Wonder what it’s about?” Usually that’s about as far as it goes because the book doesn’t sound like it’s that interesting. The publisher’s description of Blood Orange Soda by James Michael Larranaga, though, sounded as odd as its […]

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