Genre: Fantasy

Now Borrowing: Heroine Worsh..

Now Borrowing: Heroine Worship

Overall Review: Sarah Kuhn’s created a host of characters and a delightful world that feels just one layer away from reality. Her protagonists are some of the most well-developed, conflicted, amusing, self-effacing kick-ass women I’ve read in a long time and I cannot wait until their next adventure. Sarah Kuhn’s San Francisco is a city worth […]

July 16, 2017

Now Borrowing: Heroine Compl..

Now Borrowing: Heroine Complex

  Overall Review: Heroine Complex is a rich vibrant tale of love, family, friendship, finding your backbone and your purpose in life.  It’s the story of a wallflower yanked into the spotlight and left with no choice but to face her fears (and a few demons) in order to save herself, her friends, and her city. […]

July 6, 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 Watching: A Monster Call..

Now Watching: A Monster Calls – Movie Review

A Monster Calls is an intense journey through the stages of grief, and coping with the inexorable approach of death. You’re going to cry -whether you weep on the inside or bawl openly in the dark movie theater is really your only choice. I know, with an opening like that, what else is there really […]

January 6, 2017

Now Borrowing: The Heart of ..

Now Borrowing: The Heart of What Was Lost

If you’ve haven’t read the original “Memory, Sorrow and Thorn” trilogy, and you’re a fan of fantasy, then you’ve missed out on some remarkable writing. That being said, you do not need to have read how this sojourn into war began to enjoy this trip into the World of Osten Ard. In The Heart of […]

January 5, 2017