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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: The Fisherman by John Langan

Abe is a widower who lost his wife to cancer. Another coworker of his, Dan, lost his family in a car accident. To get their minds off their losses, they take up fishing together....

REVIEW: All The Seas of The World by Guy Gavriel Kay

All The Seas of The World, the third book in a loose trilogy by Guy Gavriel Kay, takes place in a pre-renaissance country much like Italy. There are a small number of fantasy elements,...

REVIEW: The Last Blade Priest by W.P Wiles

One of the latest publications from independent SFF house Angry Robot is The Last Blade Priest by Betty Trask Award winning author W.P. Wiles. The Last Blade Priest is Wiles’ fantasy debut. It is...

REVIEW: Age of Ash by Daniel Abraham

Age of Ash is the latest novel from author Daniel Abraham. Abraham has been nominated for both World Fantasy and Nebula awards and is a Hugo Award winner. He has an impressive backlist of...