Book Review: Forever Fantasy Online by Rachel Aaron and Travis Bach

Summary: In the real world, twenty-one-year-old library sciences student Tina Anderson is invisible and under-appreciated, but in the VR-game Forever Fantasy Online she's Roxxy—the respected leader and main tank of a top-tier raiding guild. Her brother, James Anderson, is a college drop-out struggling under debt, but in FFO he's famous—an explorer known all over the... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: I Was a Teenage Weredeer by C.T. Phipps & Michael Suttkus

Summary:  Jane Doe is a weredeer, the least-threatening shapechanger species in the world. Blessed with the ability to turn furry at will and psychically read objects, Jane has done her best to live a normal life working as a waitress at the Deerlightful Diner. She has big dreams of escaping life in the supernatural-filled town... Continue Reading →

Book Review: House of Many Ways by Diana Wynne Jones

Everything I've read by Diana Wynne Jones I've loved and I'm making an effort to get through more of her work. House of Many Ways is the third book set in the same universe as Howl's Flying Castle and is loosely considered a sequel but like Castle in the Air features all new characters and... Continue Reading →

Monthly Wrap Up: June 2018

June was a very busy for me with a lot of social obligations and events, and while I've tried my best to keep up with my reading I did fall behind a bit. Whoops! Still, I managed to get quite a lot of reading in. I've managed to read fifteen books but only seven of... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Voyage of the Basilisk by Marie Brennan

Summary: Devoted readers of Lady Trent’s earlier memoirs, A Natural History of Dragons and The Tropic of Serpents, may believe themselves already acquainted with the particulars of her historic voyage aboard the Royal Survey Ship Basilisk, but the true story of that illuminating, harrowing, and scandalous journey has never been revealed—until now. Six years after her perilous exploits... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Starless by Jacqueline Carey

Summary: Jacqueline Carey is back with an amazing adventure not seen since her New York Times bestselling Kushiel’s Legacy series. Lush and sensual, Starless introduces us to an epic world where exiled gods live among us, and a hero whose journey will resonate long after the last page is turned. Let your mind be like the eye... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Call of Fire by Beth Cato

Call of Fire is the second book in Beth Cato's steampunk alt-hist adventure series Blood of Earth. Summary: When an earthquake devastates San Francisco in an alternate 1906, the influx of geomantic energy nearly consumes Ingrid Carmichael. Bruised but alive, the young geomancer flees the city with her friends, Cy, Lee, and Fenris. She is... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Demon Haunted by Ashe Armstrong

Bit of a disclaimer, the author is a friend of mine and I received this book as a backer reward for its Kickstarter campaign. This did not affect my opinion of the book in any way. Summary: Grimluk is an orc with one purpose: hunting demons. For the past month, Grimluk has traveled with his... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Timeless by Gail Carriger

Timeless by Gail Carriger is the fifth and final book in her Parasol Protectorate series. Summary:  Alexia Tarabotti, Lady Maccon, has settled into domestic bliss. Of course, being Alexia, such bliss involves integrating werewolves into London High society, living in a vampire's second best closet, and coping with a precocious toddler who is prone to... Continue Reading →

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