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Free Agent - A Grimm Agency Novel, #1

This was a quirky, surprisingly emotional read. Marissa is a lonely and isolated character, because she has no choice at all. She keeps her life very barren, had Grimm lock away her memories so they can’t hurt her. The world she inhabits is...

4 Stars
  • Author: J. C. Nelson
  • Review by: Leslee
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: Urban Fantasy, Fae / Elves, Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths, + Debut Title
  • Publisher: ACE

The Final Formula - The Final Formula Series, #1

Addie is an alchemist who has temporarily lost her memory. She has no clue what caused her memory loss, but she is determined to find out what happened. With her sharp mind and clever tongue, she easily gets involved in dangerous situations...

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The Only Sorceress - The Only Sorceress, 1

Okay, I'm going to say upfront that I liked this, I got the second book and I'm going to read the third book when it comes out -- but whoa trope city. I like Kora. She's spunky, funny and she's mostly got a good head on her shoulders. She's...

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Doctor Who: The Wheel of Ice

The TARDIS gonna land where the TARDIS gonna land. That seems to be the case in this installment of Doctor Who fanfiction, in which the Doctor and his companions, Zoe and Jamie, end up stranded on Saturn after the TARDIS detects a direct co...

5 Stars

Tales of the Hidden World

Tales of the hidden world is an interesting collection of a multitude of different short stories by Simon R. Green. Many of the stories are set in familiar worlds of his other novels like the Nightside or Drood Hall, as well as each story h...

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Reborn - Shadow Falls: After Dark

Reborn is definitely a book for those who love C.C. Hunter’s Shadow Falls series. I for one ADORED IT! This new spin off series picks up where the Shadow Falls series left off. Were back at our favorite camp/boarding school and ready and wi...

5 Stars

Resistance

Resistance is a fresh take on the modern day superhero is chalk full of excitement and adrenaline rushes. The author plays around with sprinkling pop culture references throughout-which only adds to the entertainment factor. While it took m...

4 Stars
  • Author: Samit Basu
  • Review by: Emireally
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: Action & Adventure, Paranormal / Supernatural, Science Fiction, Superpowers / Superheroes
  • Publisher: Titan Books

Strange Country

At three in the morning, you would think most people would be in bed fast asleep. That's not how it goes for Boyd Davies, Deputy Sheriff. He's been called out about a possible prowler. After he checks everything inside and out of the woman'...

4 Stars
  • Author: Deborah Coates
  • Review by: Bemiown
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: Ghosts, Paranormal / Supernatural, Science Fiction, Urban Fantasy
  • Publisher: Tor Books

Witches in Red - A Novel of the Mist-Torn Witches, #2

Witches in Red is the second book in the Mist-Torn Witches series. I enjoyed this book so much. I didn't get a chance to read book one (The Mist-Torn Witches) in the series, but I do suggest other readers start with book one. We start with...

5 Stars
  • Author: Barb Hendee
  • Review by: Bemiown
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: Paranormal / Supernatural, Urban Fantasy, Witch / Warlock / Wizard
  • Publisher: ROC

Flight from Hell - An Otherworld Novella

This was another great read by Yasmine Galenorn and an awesome addition to the series. I love how Flight from Hell opened and closed with the character Shimmer. We not only got a glimpse into what her life was like but what she was feeling...

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  • Author: Yasmine Galenorn
  • Review by: Confusedagony
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: - Short Book / Under 45k, Demons, Dragons, Shapeshifters, Urban Fantasy, Vampires
  • Publisher: InterMix

Fireborn - Souls of Fire, #1

"Fireborn" by Keri Arthur wasn't what I was expecting. The first half of the book was super slow, and I hate to say this about my favorite author, but the story just seemed dry and lacking the adventure I was seeking in this new series. I r...

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The Tomb of Shadows - Seven Wonders Book 3

"Seven Wonders: The Tomb Of Shadows" is by far the best book I've read this year. And it is the best book of the Seven Wonders series as of yet. Aly, Cass & Jack are truly put through the ringer in this next adventure. And some HUGE secrets...

5 Stars
  • Author: Peter Lerangis
  • Review by: Orangepeacock
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: Action & Adventure, Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths, Fantasy & Magic, Middle Grade
  • Publisher: HarperCollins

The Seven Swords - Otherworld Chronicles #2

The Seven Swords grabbed my attention at the beginning of this story; however, it got monotonous in the middle with all the emotionally intense and colorful fighting sequences that occurred one after each other. Also unlike the first book,...

3 Stars

Havoc - The Dred Chronicles, #2

What an intense follow up to Perdition! Dred and Jael have faced loss and struggle but with a group of mercenaries hell bent on taking them out. The battle scenes are intense and the losses are brutal. The urgency is palpable as you read, c...

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  • Author: Ann Aguirre
  • Review by: Leslee
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: Science Fiction
  • Publisher: ACE

The Book of Life - All Souls Trilogy, #3

One is tempted to believe that the author must have witch blood in her due to her remarkable ability to gather disparate threads and keep them from tangling while weaving such an intricate tapestry that spans three volumes and still leaves...

5 Stars
  • Author: Deborah Harkness
  • Review by: ELF
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: Paranormal / Supernatural, Urban Fantasy, Vampires, Witch / Warlock / Wizard
  • Publisher: Viking Adult

Alien 3 - The Official Movie Novelization

Alien 3 is an interesting book. I have already seen the movie and read several of the Alien books. So I kind of knew what to expect. I liked the first part of the book where it talked about Bad Dreams. The thing about nightmares is they kee...

4 Stars
  • Author: Alan Dean Foster
  • Review by: Bemiown
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: Movies or TV / Adaptations, Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Titan Books

The Glass Sentence - The Mapmakers Trilogy, #1

The Glass Sentence is a truly fascinating story. The premise of a world fractured into different times is an exciting one. The book is the beginning of a series aimed at middle school aged kids. I did have my 12 year old read it to get a ki...

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  • Author: S. E. Grove
  • Review by: Emma
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: + Debut Title, Action & Adventure, Fantasy & Magic, Historical Fiction, Middle Grade
  • Publisher: Viking Juvenile

Lovecraft's Monsters

I LOVED this book. I love retellings, especially horror, and these were done in a great way. From sea creatures to demons there is a story for everyone. After I read this book I read the originals and I was very happy with the way this book...

5 Stars

Free to Fall

I really did try to love Free to Fall. I ended up reading the last few pages after getting almost 200 pages in. The ending ended a little weird. I can’t say much about it since it would be a major spoiler. The beginning of this one is very...

3 Stars

Shadows of the Past - Others of Edenton #2

This riveting paranormal romance gathers the supernatural in a fascinating and fun community that captivates readers. Nightmares are trying to find a way into Edenton and Amethyst’s arrival could be the catalyst it needs or be the one to en...

4 Stars

Blue Aspen

First Impression: Initially, Blue Aspen seemed to be a cheesy romance novel. As Dulcee's dreams progress into something more, I started to become skeptical about what was going on. The mystery of Blue Aspen just doesn't quit; the whole stor...

4 Stars

Beyond The Veil - The Veil Series, #1

"Beyond the Veil" has everything you want in a good urban fantasy read. First off, I have to say I love this cover. I feel it fits the character to a T. Ms. DaCosta has a way with words, describing the scenes, characters, and world, so that...

5 Stars

The Devil in Midwinter

With a cover as breathtakingly beautiful and a tagline as intriguing, who wouldn't want to pick up this book and see what secrets lie behind the pages? Esmeralda Ulloa is a reporter for a small town newspaper in Mattawa Washington and the a...

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A Dance in Blood Velvet - Blood Wine Sequence, #2

This is the second book in the Blood Wine Sequence and it shows in its complexities how deep some of these relationships develop as the reader delves into cult, occult, and history along the way. It takes a while to wind through all the bac...

4 Stars

Sparrow Hill Road

First, let me say that I am not a big fan of creepy horror stories so I was a little concerned about the premise for this novel yet intrigued by the description. I was drawn in by the lyrical descriptions of life on the road as a ghost and...

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  • Author: Seanan McGuire
  • Review by: ELF
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: Urban Fantasy
  • Publisher: DAW

Glamour

I would have to call this the paranormal decade of books. It seems like everyone is trying their hand at vampires, werewolves, demons and witches. With that said, a lot of what is coming out is just the same story over and over with differe...

4 Stars

A Shiver of Light - Merry Gentry

Having read all of the the Merry series and Anita series, it is safe to say I am a huge fan of Ms. Hamilton. I was super excited to receive the review copy of "A Shiver of Light". We all have been waiting a long time for this book. I must s...

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Premonitions

Karyn and her crew specialize in relieving folks of magical items for interested parties. It is the best way for them to make large sums of money. Each member of the crew has their own reasons for the work they do. Karyn needs the money for...

4 Stars
  • Author: Jamie Schultz
  • Review by: Leslee
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: + Debut Title, Paranormal / Supernatural, Science Fiction
  • Publisher: ROC

DreamWorks' Dragons - Riders of Berk - Dragon Down

“DreamWorks Dragons, Riders of Berk: Dragon Down” by Simon Furman et al. is a very cute comic book featuring the characters from the animated movie, “How to Train Your Dragon”. It includes an introduction of the various characters and their...

4 Stars
  • Author: Simon Furman
  • Review by: ELF
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: Children's, Comics, Dragons, Fantasy & Magic, Graphic Novel
  • Publisher: Titan Comics

The Last Three Words

When a father loses his wife he is left to deal with parenthood on his own. It isn't long before Maye, his oldest daughter catches on to his vices. Seeking solace in her school crush, Christian, life goes on. When Maye has a tragic accident...

3 Stars
  • Author: Ashley Heckman
  • Review by: OneLove
  • Genre: Teen
  • Tags: Urban Fantasy, Young Adult, - Short Book / Under 45k, Paranormal / Supernatural, Suspense
  • Publisher: Evernight Teen

White Heart of Justice - A Noon Onyx Novel, #3

What can I say, Ms. Archer has a gift of creating characters with depth, growth and confidence that will leave all urban fantasy lovers wanting more. White Heart of Justice finds our heroine Noon racing to find the White Heart of Justice, a...

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  • Author: Jill Archer
  • Review by: Missyb0103
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: Demons, Fantasy & Magic, Paranormal / Supernatural, Urban Fantasy
  • Publisher: ACE

The War Inside - The Horizons Trilogy, #1

Initially I thought The War Inside was going to be a remake of The Hunger Games. The poverty and lawlessness of a dystopian future seemed to be a huge similarity between the two. However, the stories are actually quite different. I found Th...

4 Stars
  • Author: M. Kircher
  • Review by: SavingsInSeconds
  • Genre: Teen
  • Tags: + Debut Title, Dystopia, Fantasy & Magic, Metaphysical, Young Adult
  • Publisher: M. Kircher

Target - Vicky Peterwald, #1

This is another fun addition to a very entertaining science fiction series that continues to explore the interaction between feuding humans who discover they have a common enemy in an inimical alien race. The deliberate obtuseness displayed...

4 Stars
  • Author: Mike Shepherd
  • Review by: ELF
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: Science Fiction
  • Publisher: ACE

Midnight Crossroad - Midnight, Texas, #1

This quirky and somewhat dark paranormal mystery is one of those stealth reads that starts very slowly and gradually builds momentum to its surprising conclusion. There are allusions to a couple of this author’s other series (‘Harper Connol...

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  • Author: Charlaine Harris
  • Review by: ELF
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: Urban Fantasy
  • Publisher: ACE

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: Volume Eight

I chose this anthology because science fiction and fantasy were the genres that started my love of reading. Sci-Fi anthologies have been around for a long time and are kind of a tradition. There are only a few pre-1980 ones that I haven't r...

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  • Author: Jonathan Strahan
  • Review by: Emma
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: + Anthologies / Book Sets, Fantasy & Magic, Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Solaris

Poison Promise - Elemental Assassin, #11

This addictive urban fantasy series continues to highlight what the very protective and skilled Gin does best, kick butt and never give up. There seems to be no end to the supply of nasty villains who make appearances in Gin’s life and, alt...

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Bloodshifted - Edie Spence, #5

Bloodshifted, fourth book in the Edie Spence paranormal series, is a nerve-wracking tale. This book opens where Deadshifted left off with Edie hip deep in vamp. Because of previous events, she is now a daytimer against her will. She has to...

4 Stars

Aliens - The Official Movie Novelization

From the first time I saw the movie ALIEN I somehow couldn't get it out of my mind. I’ve always thought, what a great science fiction movie. Then we had the book and now we have sequels. It’s been a wonderful creative storyline. In Aliens t...

4 Stars
  • Author: Alan Dean Foster
  • Review by: Bemiown
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: Movies or TV / Adaptations, Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Titan Books

Elisha Magus - Book Two of the Dark Apostle

I am really enjoying this series. after reading the first book I was eager to read this one. It did not disappoint. As usually, no matter what Elisha does there are always others who are there to make his life miserable and to try to either...

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  • Author: E.C. Ambrose
  • Review by: HCHarju
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: Fantasy & Magic
  • Publisher: DAW

The Legend of the Great Dragon - The Dragons Saga, #5

It is so hard to say goodbye to what has been a great series. I have to admit I have been more than a little reluctant to read this last book in the Dragon Saga series. Mikko is a great heroine, and the way that she balances everything that...

5 Stars

How the White Trash Zombie Got Her Groove Back - White Trash Zombie, #4

If you've read the previous three books in the White Trash Zombie series I think you will enjoy this. If you haven't read any of the other I really recommend you try it and start with book one. This is a super creative and very unique serie...

4 Stars
  • Author: Diana Rowland
  • Review by: BookGirl
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: Paranormal Romance, Zombies
  • Publisher: DAW

Fringe - The Zodiac Paradox - Novel #1

Fringe: The Zodiac Paradox is based on the Original Television Series Fringe. This book goes back to before the time frame that television series is set in. It takes you back to when Bishop, Bell and Nina Sharp are all young. I loved the se...

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Dead Man's Hand Anthology

I have to admit that when it comes to my reading preferences, I am a bit of a girl. So, the western "shoot out at the O.K. Coral" themed read that I expected from this anthology was a bit out of my comfort zone...to say the least. What I di...

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  • Author: John Joseph Adams
  • Review by: WTFAreYouReading
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: + Anthologies / Book Sets, Action & Adventure, Fantasy & Magic, Paranormal / Supernatural, Science Fiction, Steampunk, Urban Fantasy, Western
  • Publisher: Titan Books

Let the Old Dreams Die

'Let The Right One’ in is probably one of my favorite books of the last decade. So when I found out that the author was finally going to reveal the fate of Eli and Oskar I had to get my hands on Let the Old Dreams Die as soon as possible. U...

4 Stars

Alien - The Official Movie Novelization

In The Official Movie Novelization of Alien the characters match up rather perfect with their characters in the movie. They appear very real. This novelization appears to have been based on a very early transcript of the screenplay. A notic...

3 Stars
  • Author: Alan Dean Foster
  • Review by: Bemiown
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: Movies or TV / Adaptations, Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Titan Books

Dreamwalker - Dreamwalker, #1

Lots of teenagers have this fantasy: They are told one day that they are not really their parents’ offspring. They were adopted. They were switched at birth. They were found abandoned on a porch step. Some teens think this because they look...

4 Stars

Night's End - An Indigo Court Novel

The final book in the Indigo Court series is a fantastic and thrilling conclusion. Mist is rising once more and Cicely and her friends must discover a way to destroy the spidery queen before they – and their people – face total annihilation...

5 Stars
  • Author: Yasmine Galenorn
  • Review by: Evampire
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: Shapeshifters, Urban Fantasy, Witch / Warlock / Wizard
  • Publisher: Berkley

The Select and The Orphan - Seven Wonders Journals

The two novellas in the Seven Wonders Journals collection were both nice continuations of two stories that aren't fully explained or understood in the Seven Wonders world. So it was fun to go back in time and live through legends, and past...

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  • Author: Peter Lerangis
  • Review by: Orangepeacock
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
  • Tags: - Short Book / Under 45k, Action & Adventure, Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths, Fantasy & Magic, Middle Grade
  • Publisher: HarperCollins

Blood and Iron - The Book of the Black Earth, #1

"Blood And Iron" by Jon Sprunk wasn't like anything I was expecting. Heck it wasn't even my typical genre but I really enjoyed the story. The collection of characters was fully unique and I found each and every one likable if not easily rel...

3 Stars

The Undead Pool - Rachael Morgan, #12

Kim Harrison is hands down one of the best paranormal writers ever! Her Rachael Morgan series is one that every urban fantasy/paranormal romance reader should try. The Undead Pool continues the adventures of Rachael and her posse. As always...

5 Stars

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