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Bridge of Dreams by Anne Bishop – review
Bridge of Dreams was, for me, a pretty long-awaited book from Anne Bishop. The novel that got me started reading her was the first Ephemera book, Sebastian, and Ephemera remains my favorite of her worlds. There is...
- Posted 237 days ago
The Voice (an Ephemera novella) by Anne Bishop – review
The Voice is a novella set in the Landscapes of Ephemera, available as an ebook only (at least for now). It was released just before the third novel in the Ephemera series, Bridge of Dreams, and functions...
- Posted 295 days ago
Ghost Story by Jim Butcher – review
Editor’s note: This review contains massive spoilers for the previous books in this series, so read on at your peril!
- Posted 607 days ago
Dead Mann Walking by Stefan Petrucha – review
Stefan Petrucha puts a new spin on zombies in his latest novel, Dead Mann Walking. They’re a product of their society, and in general, are relatively harmless, unless they go feral. I doubt if anyone can make zombies...
- Posted 615 days ago
Council of Shadows by S.M. Stirling – review
Council of Shadows is the second book in the Shadowspawn series. The book opens with Ellen Tarnowski and Adrian Breze on their honeymoon. They aren’t actually having much fun, however, because Adrian is training Ellen to join...
- Posted 659 days ago
Lightborn by Alison Sinclair – review
Lightborn is a direct sequel to Darkborn, the opening book of Alison Sinclair’s Darkborn Trilogy. The third part, Shadowborn, was published this summer, hence my finally getting around to Lightborn (for those who haven’t been following my...
- Posted 692 days ago