Tag Archives: Seraphic Fantasy

Review of Something More Than Night by Ian Tregillis

Ian Tregillis made a very big impression on me with his debut trilogy, the Milkweed Triptych.  Something More Than Night is something completely different.  The Milkweed Triptych was a fantasy pseudo-science-ish time-hopping alternative history.  Something More Than Night is a … Continue reading

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Review of Son of the Morning by Mark Alder

Son of the Morning is sacrilegious.  Like really sacrilegious.  The first clue should probably be the description, or the title if you’re really savvy.  This is not necessarily a bad thing.  But unfortunately Son of the Morning is held down … Continue reading

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Review of The House of Shattered Wings by Aliette de Bodard

It starts with a Fall. Isabelle cast down from Heaven, wings shattered, doomed to walk Earth until her death centuries later. Or much, much sooner, if the gang members seeking to dismember the Fallen for parts (for their magical essence, … Continue reading

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