Blog tour: Dark Forge, by Miles Cameron

Is there anything better than escaping the cold London winter by escaping to a fantastic land where magic rules and evil stalks the earth? I thought not. And this is why Dark Forge by Miles Cameron- the second in what I imagine is a trilogy- is so great. It's the perfect slice of escapism, albeit one that …

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4 fantasy books I’m really looking forward to reading in 2019

Cometh the hour, cometh the book. And I'm really looking forward to reading these ones! 2018 has already been a smorgasbord of exciting new fantasy books (for instance, The Ember Blade, To Kill a Kingdom, and more...) but it's almost over, and now it's time to start looking ahead to 2019, and start getting hyped …

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Review: Twice Dead, by Caitlin Seal

This book works because the central concept is great. We've done necromancy before- not personally, I assure you, but in YA literature- but Twice Dead takes a new idea and runs with it, and creates something fresh and intriguing. The necromancy bit is central to the plot. Naya, the daughter of a sea captain, wakes up from …

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Blog Tour: The Blue Salt Road, by Joanne Harris

Before we go any further, I'd just like to say: yes, the book is just as gorgeous in person as it looks in the image. For The Blue Salt Road, illustration and image is such an important part of the entire book that it simply has to be mentioned. The beautiful blue and silver cover and a series of lovely …

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Review: Empress of All Seasons, by Emiko Jean

The synopsis of this book looked great from the off, so I was extra excited to see that it had been accepted on Netgalley! So excited, in fact, that I skipped the rest of my TBR and went straight to this. What's new. And Empress of All Seasons definitely delivered... kind of! The first thing you …

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