The first book was so excitingly different from the bulk of what I read. Sure, poisons make a fair number
This is a slow burn book, a very slow burn with lots of politics, characters, moving pieces and hard choices.
I picked this up as part of the Prime Plus program where I get free audiobooks through my Prime membership,
This is another chance I took through Amazon Plus on audible, it’s a collection of novellas that’s been combined into
I picked this up because it was free on my Prime account and the cover intrigued me. It hinted at
I’ve read a fair number of books by this author, and I’m always so surprised by each book. They are
I was intrigued by this right away because of the cover, that’s a nice god damn cover. I read the
This was a review request and I hadn’t checked the blurb before settling into the story… so I was unprepared
ESME: I liked this one from the start. I tend prefer high fantasy over low fantasy, so I get excited
This is a whimsical read that felt like a fairy tale reimagined, but it’s not based on anything to which
The Shadow Campaigns series ranks among some of my favorite military fantasies – so I was excited when I heard
I knew right away this was going to be a book I was going to enjoy. The prologue was brief
I picked this up because the whole omnibus was free on audible since it’s included in my prime membership. The
Heartstrikers is one of my favorite urban fantasy series because it combines some of my most loved tropes into one
I’ve seen this book pop up on my various social media feeds with increasing frequency over the last few months.