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Review: “Oblivion,” Skyla Dawn Cameron

Rating: 5 out of 5 Skyla Dawn Cameron’s Oblivion (Demons of Oblivion Book 5) is the conclusion to this wonderful series. Vampire Zara Lain accidentally kicked off the apocalypse in the previous novel, and now it’s really shifting into gear.

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Review: “Blood Ties,” Skyla Dawn Cameron

Rating: 5 out of 5 Skyla Dawn Cameron’s Blood Ties (Elis O’Connor Book 1) is an intriguing start to a new series. 22-year-old witch Elis O’Connor is a serial killer. She kills “garbage men”–men who molest, abuse, and terrorize their

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Review: “A Taste of Honey,” Kai Ashante Wilson

Rating: 5 out of 5 In Kai Ashante Wilson’s A TASTE OF HONEY, young Aqib, who takes care of the animals in the Prince’s Menagerie, catches the eye of a soldier from a different land–and finally Aqib understands why women

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Review: “The Demon Prince,” Ann Aguirre

Pros: Such a delicious couple! Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 After reading Anne Aguirre’s The Leopard King (Ars Numina book one), I was so eager to read The Demon Prince (Ars Numina) (Volume 2) that I didn’t even

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Review: “Machine’s Last Testament,” Benjanun Sriduangkaew

Rating: 5 out of 5 In Benjanun Sriduangkaew’s brilliant novel Machine’s Last Testament, Suzhen is just a petty bureaucrat. She’s a “selection agent,” who gets to decide which immigrants will get to join society in Anatta. Most immigrants have been

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Review: “Rules for Vanishing,” Kate Alice Marshall

Pros: Incredibly intense and imaginative! Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 Kate Alice Marshall’s young adult horror story Rules for Vanishing is an utterly fascinating ride. Sara Donoghue’s sister Becca went missing a year ago, and Sara overheard her

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Review: “Playing Possum,” Stephanie Rabig

Pros: So much fun! Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 You may or may not remember Alan Baxter’s The Roo [review], a classic-horror-style, terribly fun novel that started as a joke based on an article about an aggressive kangaroo

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Review: “Gideon the Ninth,” Tamsyn Muir

Pros: Absolutely stunning! Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 Tamsyn Muir’s Gideon the Ninth (The Locked Tomb Trilogy Book 1) is a stunning blend of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. I first became interested in it when I heard

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Review: “Honor Lost,” Ann Aguirre, Rachel Caine

Pros: Wonderful conclusion to the trilogy! Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 NOTE: A website glitch caused me to lose this review, so I’m recreating it partially from memory and partially from what I have on Amazon. Ann Aguirre

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Short Take: “Then Will the Sun Rise Alabaster,” Benjanun Sriduangkaew

Pros: Fantastic worldbuilding Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 Benjanun Sriduangkaew’s novella Then Will the Sun Rise Alabaster takes place in the same world as her book And Shall Machines Surrender [review]. In this story, a woman named Panthida

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