Category: Book Reviews

Now Borrowing: Silver Silenc..

Now Borrowing: Silver Silence

Overall Review: Silver Mercant, director of the worldwide emergency response network, scion of the ruthless Mercants, is a linchpin to the fragile peace someone wants removed…permanently.  Silence shifts focus to the Psy and humans reinvigorating Singh’s series with new romances and dangers. And, Singh’s Bears are a whole new reason to root for changelings. Valentin, […]

June 14, 2017

Now Borrowing: Silence Falle..

Now Borrowing: Silence Fallen

Overall Review: In Silence Fallen, Patricia Briggs takes things in the Tri-Cities to a whole new level. This is a fresh adventure introducing new depth to previously secondary characters (everyone’s got a boogie man), a greater understanding of the inner workings of the new order of the day in the neutral zone, and as ever […]

April 30, 2017

Now Borrowing: The Dead Seek..

Now Borrowing: The Dead Seekers

Overall Review: This is a unique revenge tale that takes an abrupt turn when life and new enemies intrude. Hendee (squared) create a riveting and rich landscape and lay out an adventure at turns horrific and triumphant. The conclusion to the mystery the pair find themselves caught up in is both satisfying and simultaneously opening […]

April 20, 2017

Spotlight On: The Bone Witch

Spotlight On: The Bone Witch

Back in December I was browsing through my NetGalley emails (as book reviewers are known to do) and came across one with a book cover that was just beautiful: Then I saw the comparison description: Memoirs of a Geisha meets The Name of the Wind.  But the teaser quote really sealed the deal: “Let me […]

March 7, 2017

Now Borrowing: The Ballad of..

Now Borrowing: The Ballad of Black Tom

Overall Review: The Ballad of Black Tom is slick and striking in its simplicity. Charles Thomas Tester’s story starts as a deceptively short jaunt along the edges of the magical underworld resting somewhere just beyond our field of vision. In few words, Victor La Valle breathes life into the Jazzy 1920s giving us a glimpse at the […]

March 1, 2017