I read and review fantasy books. My favorite sub-genre is urban fantasy or a mixture of fantasy and mystery with a romantic sub-plot. My least favorite is epic fantasy.
Book Review – Suburban Luchador: Memoirs From Suburbia, by Philip Rivera
I enjoyed reading this series of delightful short stories that take everyday family life to a whole new level. Philip Rivera, a suburban father shares humorous events and uses...
Book Review - Dark Touch, by Elle Lewis
The way I see it, Dark Touch fits perfectly into the paranormal and urban fantasy genre. What I liked most about it, apart from being my favorite genre, was its original mytho...
Book Review – Dead Witch on a Bridge, by Gretchen Galway
Dead Witch on a Bridge is the first book I read by Gretchen Galway, so I didn’t know what to expect. The book is the beginning of a series called Sonoma Witches, and the actio...
Book Review - The Chronicles of Luxaar Part 1: Luxaar & The Stolen Princess
I loved reading this dark fantasy story and I’m looking forward to the next installment of the Luxaar Chronicles. It was packed with action and wtf moments, set in a world whe...
Book Review - Lake Silence, by Anne Bishop
The main character in this story is Vicki, a human woman who got a rustic resort near Lake Silence as part of her divorce settlement and used all her money to improve and main...
Book Review - Etched in Bone, by Anne Bishop
The story continues where we left off in Marked in Flesh with the humans trying to figure out how to pick up the pieces of whatever is left in the wake of Namid’s claws and te...
Book Review - Marked in Flesh, by Anne Bishop
Vision in Silver ended with an unsettling phone call mysteriously made by the Elders to Simon. Now Simon and the Courtyard residents struggle to figure out what the Elders mea...
Book Review - Vision in Silver, by Anne Bishop
If Murder of Crows was so and so, this one falls in line with Written in Red and is much better. By now I got used to the slow pace of story development and the naive actions ...
Book Review - Murder of Crows, by Anne Bishop
The story picks up where it left at the end of Written in Red. The plot of Murder of Crows develops around the slowly escalating conflict between the human population of Lakes...
Book Review - Written in Red, by Anne Bishop
I got Written in Red, by Anne Bishop as a Christmas present from my husband and I was happy to discover a new fantasy writer whose books I can devour. At this point, I hadn’t ...
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