This was a plot-driven read with an interesting take on fairies, their various forms of magic, their politics, and their tense interactions with humans.
The Second Stone is the third book in the Triempery Revelations series, and another excellent continuation of the storyline.
Wild Court is an epic urban fantasy, perfect for fans of shows like Buffy, Angel or the X-FIles and books like The Dresden FIles or Paternus. Full of laughs, magic, action and heart, Matthew Samuels says a lot about the state of our world but never forgets to have fun.
Full of twists and turns, action, character development The Forgotten Realms continues Neer’s story brilliantly and introduces intriguing and exciting revelations to the lore and overall story of the Fallen Light series, which is quickly becoming a favorite of mine.
Newell has a distinctive style that will appeal to anyone who enjoys their fantasy all action and fast-paced.
This was a good sequel, and one that has a bit of everything: action, intrigue, found family, secrets, supernatural beings, and a middle-aged MC.
A really entertaining read about superheroes and supervillains, and Meg, who just wants to be left alone. This book was so much fun!
“Our holy fire will chase all rats out of their roosts. We must armor our hearts with faith as we do our bodies with iron.”
The Many Shades of Midnight is a solid standalone debut novel, with an important message at its heart – one that is directly linked to our own real world issues. If you’re looking for a standalone fantasy, with complex characters, told with a fresh new voice, then this is well worth your time.
Bloodlines is a blend of science-fiction, urban fantasy, and paranormal—three genres I happen to love. Add to the mix a good mystery to solve, and I’m a happy reader.
The Many Shades of Midnight asks hard questions and offers even harder answers. No punches are pulled as the story comes to a bittersweet and satisfying ending. Full of tension, political intrigue, and characters you will hate to love and love to hate, C.M. Debell has written a fantastic stand-alone fantasy novel that left me with both closure and a want for more. This is a novel I will not soon forget and will think about for quite a while.
The Price of Power is a slow burn, character driven, dark and epic fantasy. With a world steeped in history and lore, fascinating magic, terrifying villains (The Madness is a new favorite of mine) and characters you can relate to, if not eventually love. Michael Michel is on to something special here and I cannot wait to see what he has in store for us next.