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The Rift by Nina Allan

The Rift by Nina Allan
5

“Remember when we were small, Selena, the worlds we made? I was happy then, at home in the world in a way I’ve never been since. Perhaps it was my dis-ease with the world that lost me my place in it.” “No book is completely true or completely a lie. A famous philosopher at the […]

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Within the Sanctuary of Wings by Marie Brennan

Within the Sanctuary of Wings by Marie Brennan
3.5

The fifth – and final – of Lady Trent’s memoirs is a difficult beast to review without lurching firmly into spoiler territory, both for the preceding books and for the plot of this one.  So, in order to set the scene for this review, the next paragraph will contain brief spoilers from the previous entry. […]

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Cover Reveal & Extract for ‘LOST BOY’ by CHRISTINA HENRY

Cover Reveal & Extract for ‘LOST BOY’ by CHRISTINA HENRY 

If you’ve been keeping up with the recent retellings of Alice by Christina Henry, you will surely be excited to hear that she is set to release a new version of Peter Pan. For those who haven’t picked up Alice or it’s sequel The Red Queen yet, much of the story matches the original (the same white rabbit […]

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A Conjuring of Light by V. E. Schwab

A Conjuring of Light by V. E. Schwab
4.5

Spoiler Warning: To the extent possible, I have done my best to minimize spoilers for the entire Shades of Magic trilogy. However, this is a review of the third book in a trilogy, so some details might have been inadvertently revealed. If so, I apologize in advance. When V. E. Schwab recently visited the Washington, […]

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Richard Ford’s New Titan Deal

Richard Ford’s New Titan Deal 

Richard Ford has been a long-time Fantasy-Faction favourite. Whether the mad, crazy, enjoyable rush that was Kultus or the Grimdark Epic Saeelhaven (a trilogy that began with Herald of the Storm), Richard’s writing is always dark, immersive and laden with humour. Now, I do realise that with the release date set for early-2017 we’re still about a year away, but […]

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