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Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews

Recommended for fans of Kate Daniels, slow burns Read October  2021 ★   ★   ★   ★ I never read paranormal romances. lie Ok, fine. And I’m not in the Andrews fan club, either. lie I’ve only read this book one. Oooh, … Continue reading

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Steel’s Edge by Ilona Andrews

Recommended for: people that read the rest of The Edge series Read in August 2021 ★   ★   1/2   Fourth and currently last in the Ilona Andrews ‘Edge’ series, Steel’s Edge ends the current arc that began in Bayou Moon. … Continue reading

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Hammers on Bone by Cassandra Khaw

Recommended for:  Read in August 2021 ★   ★   ★    Khaw’s name pops up every now and then, and I’ve generally avoided her books as they seem to be firmly in the young/new adult genre. However, when Tor offered Khaw’s … Continue reading

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Apocalypse Now Now by Charlie Human

Recommended for:  New adult UF Read in August 2021 ★   ★   ★    ★   1/2     Bananas. Delicious, chocolate-covered, frozen summer-camp bananas. This has been on my TBR for quite a while, largely due to the lack of library … Continue reading

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Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas

Recommended for:  fans YA UF, Pride reads Read in August 2021 ★   ★   ★    Oh, I knew what I was getting into. You should too. Cemetery Boys is definitely young adult, young teenage level with angst on the level … Continue reading

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Lake Silence by Anne Bishop

Recommended for:  Hardcore Bishop fans Read in August 2021 ★   1/2 You know how you feel when you eat too much candy? That’s how I felt reading this book. A blip of satisfaction followed by feeling really gross, and that … Continue reading

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The Left-Hand Booksellers of London by Garth Nix

Recommended for: ya traditionalists Read in July 2021 ★   ★   ★   1/2     I’ve bounced off Sabriel by Garth Nix enough times that I was hesitant to give his latest a try, but Nataliya’s fine review caught my imagination, … Continue reading

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What Abigail Did That Summer by Ben Aaronovitch

Read May 2021 Recommended for Abigail fans ★  ★  ★  ★ This was mostly a delight. It won’t work for everyone, I’m sure, but for me it was strongly reminiscent of The Furthest Station and a delightful return to the … Continue reading

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On the Wings of War by Hailey Turner

Read May 2021 Recommended for fans action-packed UF ★  ★  ★  ★ My favorite installment in the series yet. It’s full of a variety of types of action with a little more emphasis on the human political sphere and less … Continue reading

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Voodoo Killings by Kristi Charish

Read March 2021 Recommended for UF who want something a little different  ★     ★     ★     1/2 Always on the look-out for something new in urban fantasy, Charish did not disappoint with her light-hearted take on death magic. … Continue reading

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