A ghost and three witches walk into a bar…to solve a murder.
Chinese bandits taking on the Empire; a world where eating is taboo and sex is casual; and midwives with otherworldly powers!
Listen: it’s not SFF. It is the Wild West.
But it’s so, SO great!
When your sibling is kidnapped by the Empire, obviously you go after them.
Even when the Empire’s capital is a giant flying black rhombus with way too many assholes in it.
Living stars, nonbinary assassins, and fairy-narrated sapphic romance – alas, these three didn’t work out for me.
This is a story about transcending stories.
This is a tale of a woman who hunts gods and another who makes magic come undone, and absolutely everything about it is perfect.
(Well. Except for that cover. Sigh.)
In which humans are the monsters of the universe, Gaea needs to be burnt to the ground, and every bit of hype around this book is absolutely warranted.
The Winter Knight is not a retelling.
The explanation behind the Arthurian knights being in Vancouver is much weirder (and queerer and more wonderful) than a mere retelling!
Eight books for the readathon means $80 for A Place For Marsha!