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Saberin C

Saberin C

Saberin C

Saberin lives in London and works in publishing. More often than not, you can find her with her nose in a fantasy book or doing whatever it takes to get her cats attention! You can find her on @sabisreading on instagram, where she posts all about her current reads, reviews, fictional fixations and general ramblings on life (with the occasional picture of Kiara, the meanest cat to ever exist).

REVIEW: Every Rising Sun by Jamila Ahmed

One Thousand and One Nights is the cornerstone of countless literary works, influencing writers from Leo Tolstoy to Salman Rushdie to Neil Gaiman. In Every Rising Sun, Jamila Ahmed’s novelisation of the classic tales,...

REVIEW: The Truth of the Aleke by Moses Ose Utomi

Moses Ose Utomi releases yet another triumph of a novella in his second instalment to his phenomenal Forever Desert novella trilogy. Set 500 years after the events of The Lies of the Ajungo, we...

An Interview with Salinee Goldenberg

Salinee Goldenberg has countless merits to her name: author, artist, video producer, editor and mother of two fabulously judgmental cats (scroll down to see!). In this interview, we got to discuss her debut dark...

REVIEW: The Last Phi Hunter by Salinee Goldenberg

Wildly entertaining, The Last Phi Hunter is Salinee Goldenberg’s Thai-inspired debut fantasy. The story follows Ex, the youngest member of the Phi Hunters Order, who is set out on the road to glory in...

A Tempest of Tea

REVIEW: A Tempest of Tea by Hafsah Faizal

Hafsah Faizal’s A Tempest of Tea is a triumphant anti-colonial love letter to her fantasy readers. The #1 New York Times bestselling and award-winning author initially caught the attention of the book community with...

REVIEW: Sword Catcher by Cassandra Clare

Cassandra Clare’s first foray into adult fantasy comes in the form of Sword Catcher, the first book in a planned quartet that follows Kellian, or more affectionately known as Kel, as he is forcefully...

REVIEW: The Hurricane Wars by Thea Guanzon

It is not a foreign concept, in fantasy, to have two elements like light and darkness set as oppositions. In fact, it can almost be argued that it’s done too often. Thea Guanzon’s execution...

REVIEW: Forged by Blood by Ehigbor Okosun

Ehigbor Okosun debuts her refreshing new voice in a tale following Dèmi, a young woman who has had everything taken from her in an empire that wants her dead. Magic-users, known as Oluso, are...

REVIEW: The Curse of Saints by Kate Dramis

In The Curse of Saints, the first in a trilogy from debut author Kate Dramis, we are introduced to a kingdom rife with the power of Visya’s; individuals who are blessed with affinities of...

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