Category Archives: Book Review

  • Dark and Deepest Red: A review of Dark and Deepest Red, a YA fairy tale re-telling from Anne-Marie McLemore

  • Mars: A review of the short story collection, Mars, by Croatian writer, Asja Bakić, translated by Jennifer Zoble

  • Beneath the Rising: A review of Beneath the Rising, a decidedly weird tale of Tentacled Things by Premee Mohamed

  • The Golden Key: A review of The Golden Key, a debut fantasy novel about Victorian spiritualsts and faeries, by Marian Womack.

  • The Unspoken Name: A review of The Unspoken Name, a debut fantasy novel by AK Larkwood

  • The City of a Thousand Feelings: A review of The City of a Thousand Feelings, a novella by Anya Johanna DeNiro

  • Maresi: A review of Maresi, the first volume in the Red Abbey Chronicles by Maria Turtschaninoff

  • Agency: A review of Agency, William Gibson's long-awaited sequel to The Peripheral

  • The Light of Impossible Stars: A review of Light of Impossible Stars, the final volume of Gareth L Powell's Embers of War trilogy

  • Maresi: Red Mantle: A review of Maresi: Red Mantle, a YA novel by Maria Turtschaninoff

  • To Be Taught if Fortunate: A review of To Be Taught if Fortunate, a novella by Becky Chambers