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The Winter Sisters

by Karen Rigby

"The Winter Sisters" is an entertaining historical fantasy in which lives change and minds open. Tim Westover’s eccentric novel "The Winter Sisters", pits Hippocratic medicine against folk remedies with tall-tale flair. The story is... Read More

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The Third Internecion

by John M. Murray

"The Third Internecion" concludes an epic fantasy trilogy with ruminations on the human condition. In Erik A. Otto’s trilogy-concluding, introspective fantasy "The Third Internecion", a land divided comes together to stop the end of... Read More

Book Review

The Silver Wind

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Nina Allan’s "The Silver Wind" is a twisting, haunting work of speculative fantasy, pulsing with the dull ache of a fading dream and intoxicating its audience with disorienting what-ifs. When Owen, a clockmaker’s apprentice, is... Read More

Book Review

Wages of Death

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Wages of Death" is an intense, gripping fantasy, full of big adventures and bigger questions. In Peter Last’s fantasy novel "Wages of Death", a teenage assassin faces off against deadly traps, bloodthirsty monsters, and his burgeoning... Read More

Book Review

The Watchers' War

by John M. Murray

The Watchers’ War is a deep, dynamic fantasy adventure with promise for its sequels. In John Montgomery’s high fantasy The Watchers’ War, an ancient evil threatens the land as a young man comes into his power. In a land filled with... Read More

Book Review

The Bond

by Erika Harlitz Kern

In the intriguing fantasy "The Bond", complicated relationships between humans and vampires are complicated further when animals are added to the mix of the immortal. The relationship between humans and horses is brought to new... Read More

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