Book Review: The Once and Future Witches

The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. HarrowHistorical Fantasy528 pagesExpected publication: October 13, 2020, by Redhook Books, an imprint of Orbit Once upon a time, there were witches. But not anymore. Not since the burnings began and magic was looked upon as a sinful thing. Now, magic is reduced to a thing of charms … Continue reading Book Review: The Once and Future Witches

Amnesty: A Discussion

Amnesty (The Amberlough Dossier #3)by Lara Elena DonnellySpeculative384 pagesPublished April, 2019, by Tor Books Over the summer, Jackie at Death by Tsundoku and I did a buddy read of Lara Elena Donnelly's Amberlough Dossier trilogy, which includes Amberlough, Armistice, and Amnesty. We both loved the political intrigue and drama, as well as the complex characters … Continue reading Amnesty: A Discussion

Book Review: The Haunting of H.G. Wells

The Haunting of H.G. Wells by Robert MaselloHistorical Thriller/Paranormal398 pagesExpected publication: October 1, 2020 by 47 North After a strange story appears in newspapers about a platoon of soldiers in the trenches of France being saved from certain death by the appearance of ghosts, the British government recruits celebrated science fiction author H.G. Wells to … Continue reading Book Review: The Haunting of H.G. Wells

Book Review: The Silvered Serpents

The Silvered Serpents (The Gilded Wolves #2)by Roshani ChokshiYA Historical Fantasy416 pagesPublication date: September 22, 2020 by Wednesday Books While still dealing with the consequences of the events of The Gilded Wolves, Séverin and his team travel to Russia in search of an ancient artifact that legends says will grant a person god-like powers. After … Continue reading Book Review: The Silvered Serpents

Book Review: The Four Profound Weaves

The Four Profound Weaves by R.B. LembergFantasy192 pagesExpected publication September 4, 2020, by Tachyon Publications In desert lands where weavers can weave cloth from sand and memory, Uiziya has spent years waiting and then searching for her aunt Benesret, the master weaver who creates cloth from bones for a mysterious order of assassins. Though the … Continue reading Book Review: The Four Profound Weaves