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Angela Gualtieri is a former technical editor and project manager with a love of reading. When she’s not reading or writing, she’s traveling. You can find her at: https://www.instagram.com/agnovels/

REVIEW: Blade of Dream by Daniel Abraham

Daniel Abraham’s Blade of Dream pulls back the curtain on the city of Kithamar, simultaneously uncovering truths while cloaking mysteries yet to be revealed. The sequel layers the events from Age of Ash by...

REVIEW: The Warden by Daniel M. Ford

Daniel M. Ford’s The Warden instills a warm atmosphere into a world full of grit, mystery, and necromancy. The novel embodies very familiar classic fantasy elements, but Ford’s unique twists turn them into something...

REVIEW: The Mermaid’s Tale by D.G. Valdron

D.G. Valdron’s The Mermaid’s Tale merges familiar story elements like classical fantasy races and murder mystery plots and infuses them with philosophy and sociology to create something uniquely its own. A graphic and horrifying...

REVIEW: Arch-Conspirator by Veronica Roth

Veronica Roth’s novella, Arch-Conspirator, reimagines the Athenian tragedy, “Antigone,” by Sophocles. Combining a distant future with current themes, Roth increases the pressure and keeps the fuse burning right up until the very end. Each...

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REVIEW: The Sun’s Devices by Rebecca Levene

The Sun’s Devices by Rebecca Levene tangents from what came before it. If Smiler’s Fair and The Hunter’s Kind were a mirrored duo, then the themes, tone, and focus of the third book in...

REVIEW: Empire of Exiles by Erin M. Evans

Erin M. Evans’ new book, Empire of Exiles, brings together an ensemble cast with varying motives and personalities in an appealingly bookish setting. As dangerous, historical items are unearthed and a puzzling crime is...

REVIEW: The Hunter’s Kind by Rebecca Levene

In the second book of The Hollow Gods, The Hunter’s Kind, Rebecca Levene continues to surprise her readers with unexpected outcomes as she opens up the familiar world of Smiler’s Fair. The sequel surpasses...

REVIEW: Smiler’s Fair by Rebecca Levene

Rebecca Levene’s Smiler’s Fair, book one of The Hollow Gods, exemplifies the expression, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” The subtle but lovely sky depictions do not adequately set the dark tone and...

REVIEW: The Republic of Thieves by Scott Lynch

Scott Lynch’s third installment in The Gentleman Bastard Sequence, The Republic of Thieves, finds Locke and Jean at the center of a longstanding political game. The forces at play provide our boys the necessity...

REVIEW: Brother Red by Adrian Selby

Adrian Selby’s Brother Red follows a duty-bound, female soldier whose choices carry a lot of heart as she attempts to preserve the future of her people, her kingdom, and most importantly, her creed. This...

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