In Megan Hunter’s The End We Start From, sometimes the end of everything is actually a beginning. Hunter’s novel explores motherhood in the face of dystopia.
Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King and Owen King falls a bit flat for a typical King novel only to be read by the most die-hard fans.
Eldritch Ops is an entertaining urban fantasy monster story from C.T Phipps.
In The Test by Sylvain Neuvel, Neuvel paints a terrifying portrait of the nature of choice set within a dystopian Britain.
A wildly imaginative debut from Essa Hansen, Nophek Gloss is not a book to be missed.
Your Favorite Band Cannot Save You by Scotto Moore is a quirky ride through horror, comedy, and science fiction that takes you to some unexpected places.
In short, Master of Sorrows works as an amazing introduction to The Silent Gods series and I am *very* excited to see where Justin Call will take us and his characters.
Gedlund by William Ray is a late Victorian fantasy that will appeal to a large swath of fantasy fans.
Urban fantasy can be serious or light and fun. It can be sexy or procedural. But at its core, urban fantasy is the layering of our mundane world with a world that is whimsical or full of great creatures and legends that walk among humans.
Epic in scope and ambitious in plotline, Salvation’s Dawn is a fantasy unlike any other. This is not just a slash-and-bash fantasy (although, I happen to like those as well). Rather, author Joe Jackson takes his time to craft something truly special.