Aurora’s Angel – Emily Noon & Abby Craden (narrator)

Abby Craden. That should almost be all I need to write because, honestly, who is going to complain about listening to Abby Craden for over twenty hours? Her narration is top-notch as usual, well-paced with wonderfully fitting and distinctive voices for each character. I do have a lot more to say about this story however, … Continue reading Aurora’s Angel – Emily Noon & Abby Craden (narrator)

Catch Lili Too (Gamin Immortals #1) – Sophie Whittemore

Catch Lili Too is wonderfully weird, with a Buffy/Wynonna Earp vibe. It's grisly and gory and super fun. For reasons she can't explain, Lili, an asexual Siren struggling with depression, finds herself investigating multiple murders in a small town called Gamin, after discovering a brand new ghost in the room she was about to stay … Continue reading Catch Lili Too (Gamin Immortals #1) – Sophie Whittemore

Comet’s First Christmas (The North Pole Chronicles #1) – Delilah Night

This is the most unexpected workplace romance ever, at least for me. I love romance novels, and sometimes it feels like I’m reading the same story over and over. With Comet’s First Christmas, I have to say I had never read that blurb before. Claudia’s dream is to become one of the nine reindeer flying … Continue reading Comet’s First Christmas (The North Pole Chronicles #1) – Delilah Night

The Other Side of Forestlands Lake – Carolyn Elizabeth

It took only one book by Carolyn Elizabeth for me to decide that she was a must-read author. This is her third (I also read a very short story) and it proves true again. Twenty-six years ago, stuff happened and a child disappeared. Twenty-five years ago, more stuff happened, Willa and Lee had their first … Continue reading The Other Side of Forestlands Lake – Carolyn Elizabeth

Tempered in Ice (A Phoenix of Hope Novel #2) – Zora Marie & Senn Annis (narrator)

I enjoyed this as much as Cast in Fire, or maybe even more since the universe was familiar to me this time and I didn’t feel as lost. Most of the – awesome – world-building happened in the first book. Even though Zelia and her companions won the battle in book 1, they still have … Continue reading Tempered in Ice (A Phoenix of Hope Novel #2) – Zora Marie & Senn Annis (narrator)

Cast in Fire (A Phoenix of Hope Novel #1) – Zora Marie & Senn Annis (narrator)

Zelia is not an elf but was raised by elves. She doesn’t really know why but it doesn’t matter when your childhood – all five hundred years of it – is so wonderful. When suddenly her world crumbles, Zelia finds herself forced to kill innocent people and looses hope that she can, someday, escape the … Continue reading Cast in Fire (A Phoenix of Hope Novel #1) – Zora Marie & Senn Annis (narrator)

Broken Reign (The Odium Trilogy #2) – Sam Ledel

Broken Reign, the second book in The Odium Trilogy, picks up where Daughter of No One ended and since it’s a trilogy, get ready for an open ending. Whereas I was completely taken aback by the ending of the first instalment, this one arrived more organically. Or maybe I was more prepared. Either way, the … Continue reading Broken Reign (The Odium Trilogy #2) – Sam Ledel

GlitterShip Spring 2020 – Keffy R.M. Kehrli (Editor) & Gwen C. Katz & Claire Humphrey & Phoebe Barton & Kat Riddell & Lore Graham & Elena Sichrovsky & Jennifer Mace & Benjamin Rosenbaum & Cae Hawksmoor

I don’t usually review magazines but I had the opportunity to take a look at this one and I’m really happy I got to discover it. GlitterShip is a queer online magazine of science-fiction and fantasy. There is also an audio version, as podcasts, so if you’d rather listen than read, you have a choice … Continue reading GlitterShip Spring 2020 – Keffy R.M. Kehrli (Editor) & Gwen C. Katz & Claire Humphrey & Phoebe Barton & Kat Riddell & Lore Graham & Elena Sichrovsky & Jennifer Mace & Benjamin Rosenbaum & Cae Hawksmoor

Advanced Combat Magic & Politics of Magic (Ember Academy for Young Witches #5 & #6) – L.C. Mawson

This is a joint review for book 5 (Advanced Combat Magic) and book 6 (Politics of Magic) of the Ember Academy for Young Witches series. I really recommend reading these two final books as one, as book 5 flows very organically into book 6, and they're quite short, a hundred pages each. There's also a … Continue reading Advanced Combat Magic & Politics of Magic (Ember Academy for Young Witches #5 & #6) – L.C. Mawson