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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: 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: The Fifth Season by N. K. Jemisin

REVIEW: The Fifth Season by N. K. Jemisin

In the Stillness, apocalypse-level natural disasters occur often enough that there's an entire name for it: the Fifth Season, or just the Season, that communities prepare for sometimes for hundreds of years. Essun is a woman caught in the middle [...]

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REVIEW: The Just City by Jo Walton

REVIEW: The Just City by Jo Walton

After finishing up with the soul-crushing The Song of Achilles in February (the review of which you can find here), I was in the mood for some more fiction involving Greek mythos. Lo and behold, Jo Walton’s The Just City [...]

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REVIEW: Winterspell by Claire Legrand

REVIEW: Winterspell by Claire Legrand

“Our stories say that when the human world was first made, not all of it fit.” Winterspell falls into the current trend of fairy tale retellings, but with a unique origin. Inspired by the ballet The Nutcracker, Claire Legrand spins an [...]

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REVIEW: Soulless by Gail Carriger

Gail Carriger’s Soulless was always one of those books that were on my radar, but I never had the free time or the proper funds to read it. After months of longingly stroking the cover as I passed it by, [...]

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