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Book Review: Witch Gold
Witch Gold The Metals, #2 by Justine Rosenberg I've been reading this book on and off ever since it came out, in November last year. It is both one of the strangest and one of the most beautiful books I've ever read. The writing is intensely…
Book Review: The Night Librarian
The Night Librarian by Jane Jago The Night Librarian is a collection of short stories about a young witch working the night-shift at a magical library, and originally, I wasn't going to review it. I felt the writing wasn't good enough. The prose is…
Book Review: Fixing Fae Problems
By Isa Medina The Institute is in trouble, and I'm the only one free to do something about it. For now. With the walls closing in on all sides, it's up to me to solve the mystery of the Institute's "curse" and find out who's behind it. I have…
BBNYA 2021 is Now Underway!
In cased you missed our announcement regarding the annual Book Bloggers’ Novel of the Year Awards, we're taking part in this years awards as a panelist! This is a great honour for us at Uncharted Library as it's our first time taking part in a book…
Series Review: Miss Sharp’s Monsters
Miss Sharp's Monsters Author: Susannah Rowntree Genre: Historical Urban Fantasy Cover images link to each book’s page on Goodreads Elizabeth Sharp is a lady’s maid. Sort of. Marked by the werewolf scars across her face two years before, she is seen…
Book Review: Raven’s Ruin
Raven's Ruin The Keeper Origins #2 by J.A. Andrews The first book in The Keeper Origins, Dragon's Reach, was one of my favorite books last year. It kept me up at night and it swept me away to a world far beyond my own dark…