Epic, female-centred fantasy is something I’m always looking for, and A Queen in Hiding definitely promised a lot, with a completed story in four books each coming out only four weeks apart!
Review: The Impossible Contract
I adored The Perfect Assassin, and this companion novel/sequel really lives up to expectations!
In my review of Windwitch, I mentioned that it had taken some of the shine off the series for me – so, did Bloodwitch manage to pull things back? In short, yes!
Review: Blood of an Exile
I was hyped up for dragons, but Blood of an Exile let me down a little – it’s a classic-feeling adventure fantasy, just one a bit outdated in its representation of women.
I really loved Truthwitch (review here) – so why didn’t Windwitch live up to my expectations?
Review: The Name of All Things
I’m late to the party on this book, but forgive me – there’s a lot to discuss in the second instalment of the A Chorus of Dragons series…
Review: The Unspoken Name
I went into this book pretty blind apart from the fact that it was about orc lesbians and necromancy – and I feel like that’s a damn good reason to pick something up!
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.