“a gem of a book”
“Kingfisher has a singular talent for balancing frightening details with humor and characters who will immediately find a home in readers’ hearts.
The Discord of Gods is the explosive conclusion to Jenn Lyons’ five-book, million-word fantasy epic series A Chorus of Dragons that began in 2019 with The Ruin of Kings.
“Turnbull’s prose is captivating, poetic without being pretentious, a pleasure to read. . . . A stunning, enthralling novel.”
“The Witch’s Heart is gripping, evocative, and alternatingly joyful and heart-breaking. Gornichec’s prose is lyrical and fierce, just like her protagonists.”
“Grushin’s facility with language . . . is a marvel. It’s the kind of prose that demands you submerge yourself.”
What comes after “Happily ever after?”
“Wonderfully captivating . . . A thrilling addition to the murder mystery series . . .”
“Although the painterly art style and attention to environmental detail provide much to admire visually, narratively this is yet another joyless and bloody tale of a man sent on a rampage o
“The Gurkha and The Lord of Tuesday achieves immense enjoyability.
“A good book for knight versus dragon diehards but perhaps not as much for fantasy readers looking to be transported to worlds not seen before.”
“this dive into the internecine struggles of the undying and the complexities of their interaction with humanity are a welcome expansion on the world and characters of Lord’s first novel.”
“well worth reading; however, readers should be prepared for the breadth of the stories and the occasionally problematic sexual encounters.”
“Gingerbread is a phenomenal book, haunting and dark and ravenous.”
Most alternate histories reimagine big turning points or the momentous decisions of famous people.
“like Hans Christian Andersen’s tales, these stories seem more than fairy tales, the twist of their endings staying with the reader long after the book is closed.”
". . . little treasure of a novella . . ."
“A provocative sequel infused with Gaiman’s emblematic humor and nuance.”
“. . . I’m not convinced it was even worth turning to the second page.”
“Craig Thompson’s Habibi is a triumphant masterwork of graphic storytelling . . .