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Book Review: Good Neighbors
Good Neighbors by Stephanie Burgis This is technically a collection of stories, but it probably wouldn't have taken much in the way of editing to turn it into one continuous novel. Admittedly, it might have felt a bit episodic, so if it were me, I'd…
Book Review: Miss Percy’s Travel Guide (to Welsh moors and feral dragons)
Miss Percy's Travel Guide (to Welsh moors and feral dragons) by Quenby Olson Upon request, the author kindly provided an Advance Review Copy of her book (without a final cover image, as such an image is not yet available, which is why no cover is shared with…
Book Review: An Altar on the Village Green
“If one suffers, I suffer. If one is chained, I am chained.” My faith called me to become a Lance. My compassion drew me into one of the fallen lands. Through my connection with the Chained God, I alone can find and destroy the Horror that…
Book Review: Greywolf’s Heart
Greywolf's Heart by C.M. Banschbach I picked this up on recommendation from a friend who reviewed it, and I was not disappointed. At its heart, this is a story of two brothers. They're sons of their village's chief, but one of them is a…
Book Review: The Forest of Forgotten Vows
The Forest of Forgotten Vows by Grace Carlisle I should confess I'm rather prejudiced against books about the fae. So often, it seems like it's all just glitzy sparkly magic romantic fluff, but I'm starting to think that may not be entirely fair. It's not…
Book Review: Phoenix Rising
Phoenix Rising by J.A. Andrews To say that this book meets expectations is correct, but not entirely fair. One would also have to mention that I expected this to be a worthy culmination to one of the best series I've ever read, and that both…

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