Look, if you want good Urban Fantasy, just go read The Tarot Sequence by KD Edwards. You’ll save yourself a lot of pain.
Tag: reviews: urban fantasy
Two short reviews for the first two books in the Ghost Roads series!
I have no clue what’s going on, but it’s so good that I don’t even care.
Listen, all you really need to know is BUY THIS BOOK IMMEDIATELY!
Scapegracers doesn’t need you to love it. It dares you not to.
This was my read for the Justice square of the TarotBLM Reading Bingo! I turned the final page of this book and was left with the feeling that I needed to reread it immediately. Because I think the reason this didn’t wow me might well have been that I just wasn’t in the right headspace […]
This book was so beautiful…and so messy. I went in wanting to love it so badly; it sounded like it had been written for me! But it ended up being a serious struggle to finish, and to be honest if it had been any other book I would have DNF-ed it. I gave this one […]
Burn the Dark was first self-published back in 2015, and published this January by Tor. I actually got to read a bit of the self-pubbed edition, so I know that Hunt tuned down the horror and gore for the new version, for which I’m grateful. The original prologue was nightmarish. But even this new edition […]
Sometimes when you’re dealing with monsters, what you need isn’t a hero. It’s a bigger monster. American soldiers rescue a teenage girl from torture, and bring her back with them to the United States. The problem? She’s not a teenage girl at all, and the rules that keep humans safe from her are null and […]
I devoured this book in under a day. Do you know how long it’s been since that happened to me? I’ve been struggling to concentrate on any book at all, never mind actually finishing one; that’s why my currently-reading shelf on Goodreads contains 49 books – I keep starting things and being unable to finish. […]