Monthly Archives: August 2015

Review of The Scar by Sergey and Marina Dyachenko, translated by Elinor Huntington

Crime & Punishment & Sorcery The Scar is the type of book that makes you weep for the limitations of sub-genre delineations. Not epic in scope and apparently intended to stand alone despite being part of a larger cycle. The … Continue reading

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Book Releases I’m Excited About for August, September, and October

The summer doldrums are officially over.  There are a lot of great(-looking, -sounding) books coming out in the next few months.  Here are several I am particularly excited about.  Which am I most excited about?  The House of Shattered Wings, … Continue reading

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Review of Dark Ascension by M.L. Brennan

Vampires and Elves and Foxes, Oh My! My reviews of the first three books in the Generation V series are here.  Dark Ascension is book four M.L. Brennan’s series about adorkable, bleeding-heart vampire and crappy-job holding twentysomething Fortitude Scott (Fort for short). … Continue reading

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Review of Generation V, Iron Night, and Tainted Blood by M.L. Brennan

(Rather than do individual posts on each of the first three books in the Generation V series, reviews of all three are included in this post.  I will post a review of the fourth book, Dark Ascension, tomorrow on its … Continue reading

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