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Through The Gate in the Sea - Pathfinder Tales

"Through the Gate in the Sea" by Howard Andrew Jones was a very interesting story with a reptilian character. As a Whovian, it’s great fun when a reptilian is in the story – even though they are not of the Doctor Who universe (or Whoniverse...

5 Stars

Reaper's Eye - Pathfinder Tales

Sometimes, things in the past are better left buried. But there's always going to be that ONE PERSON who ruins everything for the rest of the world. In this case, that person is Grigor Dolch, a witch who betrayed his former master only beca...

5 Stars

Shy Knives - Pathfinder Tales World

When it comes to a story set in the Pathfinder world, you are guaranteed a story of adventure, excitement and thrill. Oh, but let us also not forget humor! Yes! Humor! You get a lot of that while reading this latest installment in the Pathf...

5 Stars

Graveyard Shift

This was an exciting and fun start to a new urban fantasy series. I was immediately intrigued when I saw one of the main characters was a pharaoh and mummy. I love seeing unusual paranormal creatures in books and this is one I've never read...

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The Librarians and the Mother Goose Chase

“The Librarians and the Mother Goose Chase” is the second installment in The Librarians series. When we meet up with the characters this time, they’re on the hunt for a powerful spell book. They must find this book before its full power is...

5 Stars

Sun Born - Book Two of the Morning Star Trilogy / North America's Forgotten Past

“Sun Born” by W. Michael & Kathleen O’Neal Gear is the second book in the Morning Star series featuring the Cahokia Mounds people. This sequel features Lady Night Shadow Star (sister to the human body of Morning Star), facing what might be...

3 Stars
  • Authors: Kathleen O'Neal Gear, W. Michael Gear
  • Review by: Danya
  • Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy
  • Tags: * SF: Fantasy, Historical Fiction
  • Publisher: Tor Books

Hellknight - Pathfinder Tales

I love reading fantasy novels – especially the kind that have cool techie gadgets included in the story. With the novel "Hellknight" by Liane Merciel, readers are in for an adventurous and suspenseful story of a ruthless killer bent on reve...

5 Stars

Pirate's Prophecy - Pathfinder Tales

I so love reading the Pathfinder Tales stories. This installment, "Pirate’s Prophecy" by Chris A. Jackson, was really enjoyable. It was hard for me to put this book down! I loved it! And as I read this story, I thought, Wow, the author real...

5 Stars

Thunder Moon Rising - Deadlands, #2

This isn't the Wild West, it's the weird west. The author not only gives you the gunfighters of the west in Arizona territory but you get scientists that are on the edge of reality and then we get the un -explainable evil forces that exist...

5 Stars

The Family Plot

Chilling, spooky, and spine tingling! At one point in my life, horror and Gothic novels made up nearly half of my reading material. As horror novels began to rely more on blood, gore, and violence and put less emphasis on creating an ominou...

4 Stars

Nightstalkers - The fifth book in the Meg series

“Meg: Nightstalkers” is the 5th book in Steve Alten's Meg series. It’s a very welcome addition to the story of Jonas Taylor. This book showcases the hunt for and battle with the prehistoric megalodon sharks that everyone believed were extin...

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Ghostbusters

Its Endy here and I’m reviewing this book for my mom! I’m a 12 year old and loving Ghostbusters! I LOVED the new movie and thought it was so much better than the original…please don't hunt me down. This companion book is awesome amazing! Be...

5 Stars

All Fixed Up - Ciel Halligan, #4

“All Fixed Up” is the fourth book in Linda Grimes series about Ciel Halligan. Ciel and her family are adapters. They can take small imprints of a person's aura and then use that energy to turn into that person, but the change is only skin d...

4 Stars

Forbidden

I have read every one of the original Sazi series by C.T. Adams (Cat Adams & Cathy Clamp). While Forbidden is a continuation of the series, its focus is of a how the Sazi works. Forbidden's focus is Luna Lake and how all the different Sazi...

4 Stars

The Traitor Baru Cormorant

“The Traitor Baru Cormorant” is a complex and dense fantasy tale exploring the nuances of power and oppression. It starts off with a glimpse of a society that seems comfortable and self-sustaining but insidiously deepens into a frightening...

4 Stars

The Lyre Thief - War of the Gods, #1

Well I was wondering why this looked so awesome and knowing I wanted to read it. Well I found that out pretty quick. I already had it, oops! I really love how snarky this book started. The author did a great job with the multi POVS and for...

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Bloodbound - Pathfinder Tales

Ah, treachery among vampires. How very quaint. Such is the case in Bloodbound, a Pathfinder Tales novel authored by F. Wesley Schneider. One of the main characters, Larsa, bears the burden of being the child of a vampire that betrayed his c...

5 Stars

Kitty Saves the World - Kitty Norville, #14

Kitty and her adventures have always been amusing to me. I was introduce to her and her brood by a friend. Kitty is one of those people that you just like and I have enjoyed seeing her grow in this series. Carrie Vaughn has such a way with...

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Air and Darkness - The Books of the Elements, #4

An excellent author’s talent lies in being able to create believable situations that engage the reader and invest him or her in the struggle being described. This can be even more challenging when the world being described is a fantasy cons...

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Warrior of Fate - The Truthseers, #3

I’m kinda happy that this showed up on my list, LOL. This is the third installment of the Truthseers series and it was wonderful. This is romance with action! Tessa and Adrian are in this one, and I'm so glad that they get their time I'm th...

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Against a Brightening Sky

Against a Brightening Sky is a wonderful book and I couldn't put it down. I loved the historical background to the story and the descriptions were beautiful! I loved her characters and Delia has become such a strong woman. I did not feel li...

4 Stars

People of the Black Sun - A People of the Longhouse Novel / North America's Forgotten Past

Kathleen O'Neal Gear and W. Michael Gear have come out with another stellar book in their North America's Forgotten Past series. As with the other books that I have read by the authors, People of the Black Sun pulled me in right off the bat...

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When the Heavens Fall - The Chronicles of the Exile, #1

There are so many fantasy quests out there that are centered around one object, such as a ring or a wand. In When the Heavens Fall, the first in a new series by debut novelist Marc Turner, that object is a book. Specifically, the Book of Lo...

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The Big Fix - Ciel Halligan, #3

The Big Fix continues Linda Grimes's In a Fix series. Grimes's characters are outrageously hilarious, and she always takes her readers on a fun ride. In this installment Ciel has agreed to cover for an action-star who has a phobia of snakes...

4 Stars

Pirate's Alley - Sentinels of New Orleans, #4

A new threat is looming, war could be brewing, and every relationship that DJ Jaco holds dear will be tested as she is forced to make a stand in this spellbinding Sentinels of New Orleans story. DJ’s relationship with Alex is on shaky groun...

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The Exile - Book of the Fae, #1

When Brianna Hai returns home to retrieve what was stolen from her, she becomes an unwilling potential heir to the throne in this splendid urban fantasy. To avoid the political manipulations of court, Brianna lives in the human world runnin...

4 Stars

Icefall - Rebel Angel Series, #4

This raw and gritty fantasy series has been building up to this moment over the past three volumes and this gutwrenching and action-filled tale reminds us that these are indeed a different class of beings from the light and fluffy ones so o...

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Low Midnight - Kitty Norville, #13

In the world of Kitty Norville I was hooked from the very first book, however having said that, I will admit that some along the way have been a little better than others. I love Cormac, but having a whole book in his point of view didn’t m...

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Willful Child - Willful Child, #1

It would be so nice if this author could write a science fiction novel that would appeal to both male AND female readers. There ARE female readers who enjoy reading sci-fi – as well as female book reviewers. I love Star Trek but this partic...

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Black Ice - The Midgard Series, #2

Black Ice is the sequel to the novel Mist by Susan Kinnard. I adored the character of Mist because of what a strong female character she is. This book doesn't disappoint as far as action goes. The character of Loki was so wicked but intrigu...

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Silverblind - Ironskin, #3

Throughout the Ironskin books I have loved Jane the most. Dorie shines with her fey magic and THIS is what I wish the other two books would have had! This one is a world wind of story, action, and magic and does a great job for ending this...

4 Stars

Heart of Stone - Truth Seers, #2

I really love how the Truth Seers books use new characters each time. I can't wait for the next one! This book was awesome! Unlike book one this book was a little heavier on the romance side. I think a lot of guys would benefit from the pow...

4 Stars

Exo - A Jumper Novel

Exo gets a 5 star rating from me. Well when I saw this I jumped at the chance to read about Jumper. I fell in love with the books after I saw the movie a while back ago. Well although the books and movie are worlds apart, I have to say that...

5 Stars

People of the Morning Star - North America's Forgotten Past

Having read some of W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O’Neal Gear’s previous books, I was intrigued to start their newest book, “People of the Morning Star”. Covering the tribes living in what is now known as the Cahokia Mounds, the book is set...

4 Stars
  • Authors: Kathleen O'Neal Gear, W. Michael Gear
  • Review by: Danya
  • Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy
  • Tags: * SF: Fantasy, Historical Fiction
  • Publisher: Tor Books

Motherless Child

Motherless Child does a wonderful job of presenting readers with the darker side of vampirism. When unmarried mothers Natalie and Sophie leave their trailer park to let off a little steam at a local bar; they have no idea that a night with...

4 Stars

The House of the Four Winds - One Dozen Daughters, #1

First off you have to love this cover! If you don't there is something wrong with you :). The second thing is that this book is written by none other than Mercedes Lackey, so how could it not be good! In many ways I LOVED this book! It was...

3 Stars

Unwept - The Nightbirds, #1

Unwept really grabbed me to begin with. After about 100 pages I thought I was going to stop, but I ended up continuing on. It just became one messy story where nothing made sense. I understood that they were trying to give us bits and piece...

3 Stars

Wolfsbane - Rebel Angel Series, #3

This fascinating fantasy series is most striking because it gives such a vivid picture of a very alien people and makes their harsh life and dealings with one another completely believable. There is a chilling logic to the way they treat ea...

4 Stars

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: * Supernatural, * SF: Science Fiction, * Urban Fantasy / Paranormal
  • Publisher: Tor Books

Copperhead - Ironskin, #2

Copperhead by Tina Connolly is enchanting, but lacks finesse in its pacing. I enjoyed that the sequel gave more of an explanation of the fey, and the real feelings of the people towards the fey, which was sort of glossed over in Ironskin. H...

3 Stars

Bloodstone - Rebel Angel, #2

This exciting fantasy series continues to provide a mesmerizing glimpse into a hard-fought struggle that tangentially affects mortal humans but rarely gives them much power in the conflict that may decide the fate of their entire race. The...

Stars

Firebrand - Rebel Angel, #1

This stark fantasy story is the beginning of an intriguing series that provides a different view of the Fey. Please be advised that there is a fair amount of violence and fairly gritty events as these memorable characters and their lives ar...

Stars

Watcher of the Dark - Jeremiah Hunt Chronicles, #3

Watcher of the Dark is an outstanding novel in the Jeremiah Hunt Series! Mr. Nassise is a wonderful writer with a glib gift of the tongue! The characters are ambiguous, their goals the same (yet differ), and the overall dampening effect thr...

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Prodigal Son - Truth Seers, #1

This is the book you want to read if you are looking for the perfect mix of romance, paranormal, and of course action! It is a little slow to start, but once you get going you will be flipping pages like a crazy person! I loved the fact tha...

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Wake of the Bloody Angel - Eddie Lacrosse

Never again will I pass on a pirate book. When Angelina, a barmaid, falls in love with Black Edward Tew, a sailor-turned-pirate who disappears, Angelina enlists Eddie’s help to find her lover. When Eddie LaCrosse is asked to find Angelina’s...

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Elysian Fields - Sentinels of New Orleans, #3

This is the third book in the series but you don’t need to read the previous books to thoroughly and completely enjoy this one. It quickly gets you involved and the rich world created in New Orleans comes alive. Paranormal creatures/people...

5 Stars

Delia's Shadow

This book is one of the best I’ve read in a long time, a mixture of San Francisco history after the great quake and fire in 1906, along with a bit of the supernatural which introduces Delia’s Shadow. Delia ran away from San Francisco after...

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  • Author: Jaime Lee Moyer
  • Review by: Mary Lignor
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Tags: Debut Title, * SF: Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Romantic Elements, * Susp: Mystery
  • Publisher: Tor Books

Mist - The Midgard Series, #1

This is the first installment of Ms. Kirinard's The Midgard Series. This was a good start to this urban fantasy series. There is a lot of Norse mythology, which I don't know as well as the Greek mythology, but it was a wonderful way to lear...

4 Stars

Kitty in the Underworld - Kitty Norville, #12

I am a super fan of the Kitty Series and Kitty in the Underworld was not my favorite in the series. Don’t get me wrong it was still a good read, but I feel not as good as the previous books. Kitty in the Underworld had action, adventure, an...

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Quick Fix - Ciel Halligan, #2

It was all supposed to be a Quick Fix, but how often does anything ever go in the right direction for Ciel Halligan? An easy job is never simple, but Ciel thought she had it in the bag until Molly (her "cousin") begins to develop her adapte...

4 Stars

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