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January 17, 2022

4 Books the Texas House Committee Doesn’t Want You To Read and Why You Should

4 Books the Texas House Committee Doesn't Want You To Read and Why You Should. Includes the books V for Vendetta, Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me, The Handmaid's…
January 17, 2022


"The Bone Shard Daughter" is an intricate, thoughtful, and very memorable novel that deserves to be considered as one of the top fantasy books written in the past while.
January 16, 2022

REVIEW – Where the Drowned Girls Go by Seanan McGuire

There is true beauty in McGuires writing, and Where the Drowned Girls Go can take you out of this world and into new ones.
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January 16, 2022

Review of Fissure by Tim Daniel, Adrian F. Wassel (Editor), Patricio Delpeche (Contributor)

In Fissure, El Sueno, Texas was a single street town withering under the shadow of the Mexico--U.S. Barrier. Then the pavement split, and a massive crack spread from one end…
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January 15, 2022

Review – The Free Bastards by Jonathan French

In The Free Bastards, "The relationships are genuine, the love is true, the humor is appropriately crass, and the struggles are all too human to dismiss as mere flights of…
January 14, 2022

Review – The City We Became by N.K. Jemisin

If you are looking to read a fierce and unapologetic fantasy novel, extremely inventive and well-crafted with themes that will likely hit home in light of recent world events, read…
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January 13, 2022

Short Story Review – Dissent: A Five-Course Meal (With Suggested Pairings) by Aimee Ogden

Dissent: A Five-Course Meal (With Suggested Pairings) is a powerful story that links all five senses that evokes beats in a story.
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January 12, 2022

Review – The Curse of the Mistwraith by Janny Wurts

Janny Wurts, heralded as one of the best fantasy authors of all time. Her novel, The Curse of the MIstwraith did not disappoint.