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Category: Fantasy

Fantasy

Frost Moon

It’s not often I don’t finish a book but this is one example. Which I feel a bit bad about as I received it for review. There are many people that did enjoy this book though and you can read…

Fantasy

South of Salem

South of Salem is the second book in the Allegra Fairweather series by Australian writer Janni Nell. Allegra is a paranormal investigator whose big toe itches when something paranormal is nearby. Other than that she has no special powers and…

Fantasy

Dead Reckoning

It’s very hard to review a book from a series without spoiling something that came earlier. Only this week I managed to ruin a series I hadn’t yet started by reading about a recent release. It’s OK though, I’ll bury…

Fantasy

Good Omens

I’ve decided this is one of those books where the cover has put me off picking it up to read. I mean it’s got a creepy little boy on it and Chris Packham* starring as Aziraphale. *Chris Packham presented The…

Fantasy

The Last Werewolf

Werewolves are my favourite urban fantasy creature and I do like to read different perspectives on the myth. I like my werewolves wolfy, a wolf and human sharing the same body, rather than the wolfman of horror. The werewolf of…

Fantasy, Young Adult

The Gathering

Bitten was the book that got me hooked on urban fantasy, so I love reading anything Kelley Armstrong writes. The Gathering is the first in a new young adult trilogy set in the same universe as Women of the Otherworld…

Fantasy

The Damned Busters

“It turns out that sinning is what makes the world go round.” The story starts off when Chesney accidentally summons a demon; it could happen to anyone. But Chesney doesn’t want to sell his soul to the devil and his…

Fantasy, Young Adult

The Iron Witch

Whilst I don’t want my blog to fill up with young adult book reviews (doesn’t the blogisphere seem full enough of them already?), I did want to share a few thoughts about The Iron Witch by Karen Mahoney. Karen’s a…

Fantasy, Young Adult

Night World

As someone about to leave their twenties behind, I’m not the target audience for young adult books. Even though I enjoyed the Twilight Saga, I didn’t rate it particularly highly and am not searching for a substitute. I do however…