Series Reviews/Genre Pages Updates:
The Nevernight Chronicle by Jay Kristoff. 93 points (4 ¾ stars). Mia Covere’s family was killed, and she barely escaped with her life. Now she wishes to join a group of assassins, on a mission of revenge. That isn’t all. In addition to being a rater decent killer, she is capable of talking with shadows. Which is quite something on a world with 3 suns that rarely fully set.
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Advanced Review: Veiled by Desire by Candace Robinson
Mini Review: A tale of a murder mermaid. I enjoyed it.
Advanced Review: Realm of Ash by Tasha Suri
Mini Review: Oh my god this was so good, the perfect sequel to Empire of Sand. Featuring a young widow and a fierce desire to stils be useful.
Advanced Review: A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh
Mini Review: A really good thriller from Nalini Singh set in a small town in New Zealand. I enjoyed it.
Advanced Review: Boundary Haunted by Melissa F. Olson
Mini Review: Haha I loved the concept of this book and it is a great addition to the series.
New Release: Night’s Reckoning by Elizabeth Hunter
Mini Review: Oh. My. God. If you haven’t read Elemental Legacy before, do me a favour and read it now. Every book is better than the last.
Mini Review: This is around the series starts its downward swing. Anita Blake is less and less focused on the monsters and more and more focused on men and what other people think of her.
Mini Review: It is amazing how steady this series about 3 sisters fighting against evil stayed throughout 21 books. The end was just as I expected it to be.
Mini Review: I really liked this series about The Light vs The Dark, even if I found the ending a bit off.
Mini Review: The First Foreigner trilogy cemented my love of the series. About Bren Cameron, a diplomat attached to the aliens they share their planet with in order to prevent another war. So good.
Standalone: How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe by Charles Yu
Mini Review: Hard sci-fi with time travel and it wasn’t really my thing.
Standalone: Sourdough by Robin Sloan
Mini Review: This was an absolutely adorable low stakes story about a woman who just really likes her bread dough.
Standalone: Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance by Ruth Emmie Lang
Mini Review: An absolutely magical tale about a man that magic just seems to follow. Loved it.