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Tag: reviews: urban fantasy
You absolutely, categorically cannot read Ember Boys before you’ve read the Hollow Folk books.
But once you’ve read Hollow Folk? You absolutely, categorically cannot not read Ember Boys.
I can’t even come close to doing this book justice, but I tried!
Not so much nope! as absolutely fucking NOT.
I couldn’t put it down for a second, and I did not want to.
Quiet and sweet and you will cry at least once.
But that’s okay.
An original take on shapeshifters in Urban Fantasy, and hopefully the start of a series, because I want a sequel, damn it!
I never doubted for a second that this was going to be good.
But it’s not good.
It’s motherfucking breathtaking.
This book is an outpouring of feels and laughs and found-family and queer celebration, and I could not possibly love it more.
Look, if you want good Urban Fantasy, just go read The Tarot Sequence by KD Edwards. You’ll save yourself a lot of pain.