The Home. Mats Strandberg (translated by Agnes Broome). 400 pages. Horror / Thriller. My Rating: Hellyeah Book Review. Book Blurb. Once inseparable, Joel and Nina haven’t spoken in twenty years. When Joel’s mother Monika develops dementia, he has no choice but to return to his home town. Monika needs specialist care, and that means Pineshade… Continue reading The Home by Mats Strandberg Book Review.
Map's Edge (The Tethered Citadel #1). David Hair. 400 pages. Epic Fantasy. My Rating: Hellyeah Book Review. Book Blurb. Dashryn Cowl has run out of places to hide. The erstwhile sorcerer of the Imperial College fled the Bolgravian Empire when his high-flying family fell from grace, but the tyrannical empire is still hunting for him.… Continue reading Map’s Edge by David Hair Book Review.
Dead Man in a Ditch (The Fetch Phillips Archive #2). Luke Arnold. 448 pages. Urban Fantasy. My Rating: Hellyeah Book Review. Book Blurb. The name’s Fetch Phillips — what do you need? Cover a Gnome with a crossbow while he does a dodgy deal? Sure. Find out who killed Lance Niles, the big-shot businessman who… Continue reading Dead Man in a Ditch by Luke Arnold Book Review.
The Once and Future Witches. Alix E. Harrow. 528 pages. Fantasy / Historical Fantasy / Specualtive Fiction. My Rating: Hellyeah Book Review. Book Blurb. In 1893, there's no such thing as witches. There used to be, in the wild, dark days before the burnings began, but now witching is nothing but tidy charms and nursery… Continue reading The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow Book Review.
Welcome to my September wrap-up blog post featuring all of the fantastic posts on my blog that I posted during the month of September. September wasn't a good month for me both blogging wise and dealing with the darkness wise either. I didn't post anything after the 14th of the month and went dead silent… Continue reading Monthly Wrap-up September 2020. #BookBlogger #BookBloggers #Blogger #Bloggers