Chimes at Midnight by Seanan McGuire I have enjoyed Seanan McGuire’s OCTOBER DAYE urban fantasies, but a few of her more recent novels in the series seemed to introduce too many characters and bring too many different magic systems into play. However, the latest two novels, Chimes at Midnight and The Winter Long (which I’ll […]Read More
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Posted by Kat Hooper | Sep 3, 2015 | SFF Reviews | 0
Messenger’s Legacy by Peter V. Brett There are a few reasons why I haven’t yet read the novels in Peter V. Brett’s DEMON CYCLE. First is that Bill’s been reviewing them, so there’s no urgent need for me to do so for this site. (I know that sounds ridiculous, but that’s kind of what happens […]Read More
Posted by Marion Deeds | Jul 22, 2015 | SFF Reviews | 0
Killing Pretty by Richard Kadrey Killing Pretty is the seventh book in Richard Kadrey’s SANDMAN SLIM series. Barnes and Noble included this book on their list of series books you could start if you hadn’t read the earlier books, and I think this is true. The book is not a reboot by any means, but […]Read More
Posted by Kat Hooper | Jul 6, 2015 | SFF Reviews | 1
Spellcasting in Silk by Juliet Blackwell Think of Juliet Blackwell’s WITCHCRAFT MYSTERY series as paranormal cozy mysteries. Each stands alone and deals with a relatively non-gory murder committed by a seemingly upstanding member of the San Francisco Haight-Ashbury community where Lily Ivory owns a vintage clothing shop. Being a witch, Lily has some amateur detective skills […]Read More
Posted by John Hulet | May 28, 2013 | SFF Reviews | 0
Antiagon Fire by L.E. Modesitt Jr. Antiagon Fire is the fourth book in L.E. Modesitt Jr’s IMAGER PORTFOLIO series about Quaeryt the scholar (it’s the seventh book in the entire series). The twists and turns of Quaeryt’s life have been momentous as befits a fantasy epic, but have often dealt with very mundane aspects of […]Read More
Posted by Kelly Lasiter | Feb 21, 2013 | SFF Reviews | 6
House Rules by Chloe Neill Chloe Neill’s CHICAGOLAND VAMPIRES novels have been brain-candy reading for me for a few years now. The books are quick reads that don’t require a lot of thinking but provide action, romance, humor, and occasional pathos. But, sad to say, I think I’m breaking up with this series. I had […]Read More
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