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She Said Destroy

by Aimee Jodoin

Bulkin’s enormous imagination is on full display here: trippy, nightmarish, and unforgettable. Nadia Bulkin’s thirteen stories are as diverse in their themes as they are in their settings, yet they piece together excellently to... Read More

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The Forgotten Beasts of Eld

by Hannah Hohman

Quiet, magical spaces and kingdoms in turmoil intersect, making for a wondrous reading experience. "The Forgotten Beasts of Eld" is a lyrically written, intricate fantasy focused on one woman’s life and loves. Sybel is a wizard, secure... Read More

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Ludlow Lost

by Catherine Thureson

Ludlow is a bright young man who, on his eleventh birthday, is kidnapped by a fairy. He is taken aboard a ship called the Anathema, which is captained by a screaming banshee named Morag and crewed by smelly, and very forgetful, goblins.... Read More

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The Goblins of Bellwater

by Claire Foster

"The Goblins of Bellwater" is a delightfully creepy paranormal romance set in the rich landscape of the Pacific Northwest. The forest that surrounds Bellwater, Washington, is dreamy, dark, and deep. It’s a place where anything could... Read More

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Soledades

by Amanda Adams

Wholly absorbing and paced to perfection, "Soledades" is historical fantasy at its finest "Soledades" by Atkin Knowles Akar is an intricate, lush addition to the historical fantasy genre. Vampire Marquaisa has lived some two thousand... Read More

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