I love crime thrillers, and when an author throws superheroes into the mix too, it’s impossible not to want to read their book. And this one did not disappoint.
A quick read filled with action, set in a world where humans can easily become literal monsters. This was a fun one!
A fantasy mystery set in the mountains of Colorado filled with a cast of supernatural characters. This was a fun read!
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.
An interesting look at how our world (and our advancement in space) might have been in an alternate version of history effected by a meteorite strike on Earth. This was a fascinating read.
I’m not sure whether to classify it as science fiction or supernatural horror, as it has elements of both. If you’re a fan of either, check this one out. It’s a strange, yet compelling read.
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!