Publisher: Orbit

October 18, 2017

Review – Jade City by Fonda Lee

Review – Jade City by Fonda Lee

For all my love of fantasy, I was a bit leery of Jade City. The magical element drew me in but the integration of crime akin to The Godfather/mafia I wasn’t keen on. That being said. . . this book was written by a master. Jade City feels at home with Asian inspired fantasy but is also something completely different altogether, with […]

September 30, 2017

Review – The Tethered Mage by Melissa Caruso

Review – The Tethered Mage by Melissa Caruso

Now this is what I call fantasy. I need more people to be excited about The Tethered Mage so I can fangirl with them. First, can we talk about this magic system?! Now I have a love-hate relationship with magic users being second class in a world because sometimes it just isn’t executed well and they become the “magic sidekick” in the story. In […]

August 18, 2017

Author Interview with R.J. Barker

Author Interview with R.J. Barker

Hello everyone! Today I have R.J. Barker, author of the new fantasy debut Age of Assassins on the blog today for an interview! Read more about the mind behind this amazing new book and keep scrolling for the synopsis and links! All About R.J. You wrote a book! That’s pretty awesome. Why don’t you tell us a bit about what inspired Age […]

July 21, 2017

Review – The Court of Broken Knives by Anna Smith Spark

Review – The Court of Broken Knives by Anna Smith Spark

Following up on the last adult fantasy debut I read, Age of Assassins (which is from the same imprint, interestingly enough), I’m back with another fabulous new read for y’all! The Court of Broken Knives takes readers into the dark, gritty world of Spark’s imagination. Here the title of Queen of Grimdark that I’ve seen the author labeled as truly comes to […]

July 15, 2017

Review – Age of Assassins by R.J. Barker

Review – Age of Assassins by R.J. Barker

You look like you need a new fantasy to read. Yes? Perhaps I can convince you to read Age of Assassins? I’ll be honest, I took a chance on this book because, although I love fantasy, it’s been hit or miss for me lately but I’m excited to announce this was a “hit!” At first, the first person point-of-view was a […]