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Fabienne Schwizer

Fabienne can usually be found with her nose in a book or two. Most of her life revolves around words, be that reading, writing, or editing. You can find more of her ramblings over on www.libridraconis.com, where she also reviews YA books and more lighthearted Fantasy and Science Fiction, as @FLSchwizer on Twitter, and @libri_draconis on Instagram. If you're curious about what she is currently reading, check out www.goodreads.com/libridraconis.

REVIEW: Clementine by Tillie Walden

Clementine by Tillie Walden is a brand new graphic novel set in the universe of The Walking Dead. It is aimed at a YA audience – the characters in Clementine are teens – but...

An interview with Andrew Caldecott

Momenticon by Andrew Caldecott is a true joy to read – a unique novel set in a dystopian future around a museum and its unusual occupants, with a strong streak of Alice in Wonderland...

REVIEW: Momenticon by Andrew Caldecott

Andrew Caldecott’s Momenticon is one of the most unique books I’ve read. Set in a future where humanity has conglomerated into domes due to environmental degeneration, this particular story largely takes place in a...

An interview with Adam Oyebanji

Adam Oyebanji works in counter-terrorism by day, and writes by night. His debut science fiction novel Braking Day about everything that could possibly go wrong when a generation space ship slows down to approach...

REVIEW: Braking Day by Adam Oyebanji

Braking Day by Adam Oyebanji is the sort of science fiction that keeps readers on their toes throughout. Set on a generation ship on the way to what is intended to be salvation, the...

REVIEW: The Book Eaters by Sunyi Dean

The Book Eaters by Sunyi Dean starts with a twenty-nine-year-old being refused booze at a corner shop because she does not have ID. As a young looking twenty-nine-year-old who still gets carded on a...

REVIEW: Deepwater King by Claire McKenna

My personal comfort place is by a wild coast, listening to the sea bashing against rocks. The wildness of it, the vast presence of the water and the rough saltiness of the sea air...

REVIEW: The Blood Trials by N.E. Davenport

The Blood Trials by N.E. Davenport is a debut straddling grimdark and epic fantasy in a slightly futuristic world. Set in a world inspired by the rich cultures of the African subcontinent, it tells...

An interview with Ciel Pierlot

The amazing queer stories currently coming out in the science fiction genre have really turned me into an avid reader in the genre from a somewhat reluctant one. And one of the books that...

REVIEW: Gallant by V.E. Schwab

Gallant charmed me from the first page to the last. It is no secret that I adore V.E. Schwab’s books – just check out my review for The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue here....