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REVIEW: Uprooted by Naomi Novik

REVIEW: Uprooted by Naomi Novik

This isn’t Naomi Novik’s first walk around the fantasy block. She’s best known for her series Temeraire, a fantasy/alternate history saga that spans eight novels, the first installation of which was nominated for a Hugo Award in 2007. Uprooted is [...]

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REVIEW: The Immortals by Jordanna Max Brodsky

REVIEW: The Immortals by Jordanna Max Brodsky

It's been years since Selene DiSilva claimed the name Artemis as her own. The former Olympian lost her power when her worshippers disappeared and now resides in Manhattan, punishing men who harm women even as her remaining strength drains away. [...]

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REVIEW: Front Lines by Michael Grant

REVIEW: Front Lines by Michael Grant

We are the first generation of female soldiers in the American army. Lucky us. I’m calling it – the YA trend of the 2016 is undoubtedly Alternate Histories, and FRONT LINES is an excellent start. In an America where women are both able [...]

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REVIEW: Towers Fall by Karina Sumner-Smith

The final installment of Karina Sumner-Smith’s Towers trilogy is finally here. While I haven’t devotedly followed the trail of this trilogy, I’ve admired it and been a fan from afar, ever since I reviewed the first book Radiant in July [...]

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REVIEW: Ancillary Mercy by Ann Leckie

REVIEW: Ancillary Mercy by Ann Leckie

Formerly the AI of troop carrier warship Justice of Toren, Breq is now Fleet Commander Breq Mianaai, captain of the much smaller ship Mercy of Kalr. In the aftermath of the violent conclusion to Ancillary Sword, she's trying to do right by the [...]

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REVIEW: Shutter by Courtney Alameda

REVIEW: Shutter by Courtney Alameda

If the way to my heart is paved with monsters and science, Courtney Alameda absolutely stole it with SHUTTER. Her debut novel follows reaper and tetrachromat Micheline Helsing and her crew as she attempts to save herself, her friends, and [...]

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