Tobin Marks pens a post-apocalyptic fantasy with a ton of imagination in his new book Ark of the Apocalypse.
Helen Fox gives readers of all ages a delightful tale of cute animals and magic. George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley is a bit of a mouthful. But the story is imaginative and entertaining. I loved every character, even the baddies.
About Fireborn Lyra. Lucy. Percy. Once in a generation, a hero emerges whose story enthralls readers worldwide. Fireborn is an epic quest, perfect for fans of the His Dark Materials and The School for Good and…
The Other Side of the Whale Road turns every page into magic. K.A. Hayton tells a story that has so many repercussions for many different people. It is like a trickle-down effect where one person makes a mistake that filters down until the cycle ends. But, this novel does that and much more with the fantasy element included.
A.D. Lombardo wraps up her Katori Chronicles series with The Traitor. The build-up of the first three books led to a fourth installment that packs a real punch. The excitement of the finish left me wanting more.
Amanda Vink gives readers a look into an unknown life with her novel Marjorie Hart and the Tree of Life. Amanda takes a well-known myth and creates an incredible story.
Justin Newland brings an alternate history to life in his newest book, The Abdication. Told from the viewpoint of Hebrew mythology, this story looks into the soul of what might have been.
Once again, readers journey through the Divine Sitcom with Necessarily Evil: Subversion. Shad Freud delivers this fifth volume of the series with the gloves off. Long-time favorites suffer while the bad guys run amok. Some of the characters we barely got to know.
Rayna’s Sacrifice is an excellent third novel in the Katori Chronicles series by A.D. Lombardo. The Half-Light hooked me. Mariana’s Secret felt like a whirlwind. Now, Rayna’s Sacrifice brings them both together in a completely different way.
Wyrd Gods is a real treat delivered by Susana Imaginário. This story combines an interesting mix of mythologies with fantasy. It is mythology told in a way I’ve never read before. In what universe will Olympian and Norse gods come together to fight a common enemy?