Book Review: Blood Pact by Tanya Huff

Summary: It began with the call no daughter ever wants to get, the call that told private investigator Vicki Nelson her mother had died. Mrs. Nelson's coworker at the Queen's University Life Science Department told Vicki that the cause of death was a heart attack, and that they'd be waiting for her to arrive in … Continue reading Book Review: Blood Pact by Tanya Huff

Book Review: Night Shift Dragons by Rachel Aaron

Summary: They say family always sticks together, but when you’re your dad’s only lifeline and the whole world—humans, dragons, and gods—wants you dead, “family bonding” takes on a whole new meaning. My name is Opal Yong-ae, and I’m in way over my head. I thought getting rid of my dad’s bad luck curse would put … Continue reading Book Review: Night Shift Dragons by Rachel Aaron

Mini Reviews: Stories in Graphic Format

Hello! Didn't have enough to fill up full posts with these so I thought I'd do a mini review post for them. Huzzah! Yona of the Dawn Vol. 21 by Mizuho Kusanagi Princess Yona lives an ideal life as the only princess of her kingdom. Doted on by her father, the king, and protected by … Continue reading Mini Reviews: Stories in Graphic Format

Book Review: Dragon Unleashed by Grace Draven #WyrdAndWonder

Summary: Magic is outlawed in the Krael Empire and punishable by death. Born with the gift of earth magic, the free trader Halani keeps her dangerous secret closely guarded. When her uncle buys a mysterious artifact, a piece of bone belonging to a long-dead draga, Halani knows it's far more than what it seems. Dragas … Continue reading Book Review: Dragon Unleashed by Grace Draven #WyrdAndWonder

Book Review: The Absinthe Earl by Sharon Lynn Fisher

Summary: Miss Ada Quicksilver, a student of London's Lovelace Academy for Promising Young Women, is spending her holiday in Ireland to pursue her anthropological study of fairies. She visits Dublin's absinthe bars to investigate a supposed association between the bittersweet spirit and fairy sightings. One night a handsome Irishman approaches her, introducing himself as Edward … Continue reading Book Review: The Absinthe Earl by Sharon Lynn Fisher

Book Review: Briarley by Aster Glenn Gray #WyrdAndWonder

Summary: During a chance summer shower, an English country parson takes refuge in a country house. The house seems deserted, yet the table is laid with a sumptuous banquet such as the parson has not seen since before war rationing. Unnerved by the uncanny house, he flees, but stops to pluck a single perfect rose … Continue reading Book Review: Briarley by Aster Glenn Gray #WyrdAndWonder

Book Review: The Heart Forger by Rin Chupeco #WyrdAndWonder

Summary: In The Bone Witch, Tea mastered resurrection―now she's after revenge... No one knows death like Tea. A bone witch who can resurrect the dead, she has the power to take life...and return it. And she is done with her self-imposed exile. Her heart is set on vengeance, and she now possesses all she needs … Continue reading Book Review: The Heart Forger by Rin Chupeco #WyrdAndWonder

Book Review: Blood Lines by Tanya Huff #WyrdAndWonder

Summary: Sealed away through unending centuries in a sarcophagus never meant to be opened, he had patiently waited for the opportunity to live again, for the chance to feed on the unwary and grow strong. Now, at last, the waiting had come to an end. Brought to the Egyptology Department of Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum, … Continue reading Book Review: Blood Lines by Tanya Huff #WyrdAndWonder

Book Review: Seven Summer Nights by Harper Fox

Summary: It’s 1946, and the dust of World War Two has just begun to settle. When famous archaeologist Rufus Denby returns to London, his life and reputation are as devastated as the city around him. He’s used to the most glamorous of excavations, but can’t turn down the offer of a job in rural Sussex. … Continue reading Book Review: Seven Summer Nights by Harper Fox

Book Review: The Monster of Elendhaven by Jennifer Giesbrecht #WyrdAndWonder

Summary: The city of Elendhaven sulks on the edge of the ocean. Wracked by plague, abandoned by the South, stripped of industry and left to die. But not everything dies so easily. A thing without a name stalks the city, a thing shaped like a man, with a dark heart and long pale fingers yearning … Continue reading Book Review: The Monster of Elendhaven by Jennifer Giesbrecht #WyrdAndWonder