I don’t think it’s possible for Stephanie Burgis to write a story I don’t love, but her lockdown project, a collection of four short stories and novellas about a grumpy metal-mage and her cheerful necromancer neighbour, might just be my new favourite…Continue reading “Review: Good Neighbors – The Full Collection by Stephanie Burgis”
Review: Terciel & Elinor by Garth Nix
Garth Nix returns to the world of the Old Kingdom in this fantastic prequel to Sabriel!Continue reading “Review: Terciel & Elinor by Garth Nix”
Review: A Deadly Education
Do you ever have a book that you suspect you’re going to love so much that you can’t bring yourself to read it? I’ve been putting off reading A Deadly Education for ages, because the hype was just too much, but I’m so glad I finally bit the bullet, because I think this might be the best book I’ve read all year.
Blog Tour: Lord of Secrets
I am always on the look out for fantasy with a sense of humour – not necessarily funny or satirical, but something light-hearted and entertaining, rather than depressing and stodgy. Grimdark is really not my cup of tea. So I was incredibly excited to hear about Lord of Secrets, which was described as light, funny, and heartwarming in its press release – and boy did it deliver that and so much more!
Review: The Ruin of Kings
I am absolutely loving the number of awesome epic fantasies that are coming out this year! I read the extract of The Ruin of Kings when it was available on NetGalley last year, and adored it so much that I actually shouted ‘NO!’ when I realised I couldn’t turn the page any more. Luckily, I was fortunate enough to be accepted to read a full proof, and let me tell you, this book is even more astonishing in full.