The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden In the northern lands of medieval Rus’, a daughter is born to Pyotr Vladimirovich, a boyar, lord over many lands, and his wife Marina, who dies in childbirth. But Marina, daughter of the Grand Prince of Moscow and a mysterious, swan-like beggar girl, has bequeathed her […]Read More
SFF Author: Katherine Arden
The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden The Girl in the Tower (2017), a medieval Russian fantasy, continues the story of Vasilisa (Vasya), a young woman whose story began in Katherine Arden’s debut novel The Bear and the Nightingale, one of my favorite fantasies from early 2017. That makes it a hard act to […]Read More
Tadiana Jones and Bill Capossere´s rating: 5 | Katherine Arden | SFF Reviews | | 5 comments |
Reposting to include Marion’s new review: The Winter of the Witch by Katherine Arden Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden’s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus’ in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in The Girl in the Tower. Vasilisa (Vasya) is a young woman […]Read More
Tadiana Jones, Bill Capossere and Marion Deeds´s rating: 5 | Katherine Arden | SFF Reviews | | 15 comments |
Reposting to include Tadiana’s new review: Small Spaces by Katherine Arden I fell in love with Small Spaces (2018) from the first paragraph. Before I even realized this was the same Katherine Arden whose adult fiction I’ve been meaning to read for years, and before I got caught up in the richly drawn characters and […]Read More
Kelly Lasiter and Tadiana Jones´s rating: 4, 5 | Katherine Arden | Children, Horror | SFF Reviews | | 5 comments |
Dead Voices by Katherine Arden I loved Small Spaces, Katherine Arden’s first foray into children’s horror, and so I jumped right into its sequel, Dead Voices (2019). A few months have passed since Ollie, Coco, and Brian outsmarted the Smiling Man who wanted to turn them, and all their classmates, into scarecrows. The ordeal left […]Read More
Kelly Lasiter´s rating: 4 | Katherine Arden | Children, Horror | SFF Reviews | | 3 comments |
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