Publisher: Roc

Review: Skinwalker by Faith Hunter

Review: Skinwalker by Faith Hunter

Urban Fantasy is a pretty diverse genre. There are all kinds of twists on various folklores and mythologies, as well as multitudes of different takes on a myriad of supernatural creatures. We all have our favorites (and not-so-favorites). For me, if it has something to do with the Fae or Native American folklore, I’m probably […]

— Posted March 18, 2014 by Jessica / 102 Comments
Review: Autumn Bones by Jacqueline Carey

Review: Autumn Bones by Jacqueline Carey

For years now, it seems that nine out of ten Urban Fantasy series have to have at least one gratuitous “Voodoo” installment. I say “Voodoo” b/c  it might not actually be Voodoo. It may be Hoodoo or any number of various other folk magic traditions that are necromantic in nature, for instance–Obeah. Anyway, as frequent […]

— Posted February 16, 2014 by Jessica / 10 Comments
Review: Dark Currents by Jacqueline Carey

Review: Dark Currents by Jacqueline Carey

I read Jacqueline Carey’s Phèdre Trilogy when I was in the midst of my “Give me High Fantasy, or give me DEATH” phase about ten years ago. It was strange and dark and sexy and disturbing. Only twice in my entire life has a book been so bleak for so long that I was compelled to […]

— Posted February 6, 2014 by Jessica / 6 Comments
Review: Iron Kin by M.J. Scott

Review: Iron Kin by M.J. Scott

As must as I enjoyed Iron Kin, I doubt whether I’ll be continuing this series beyond this book because there’s just nothing overly remarkable about it. Shadow Kin, now there’s a kickass story and also one of the only reasons why I made it to the third installment of this series. Even though this novel […]

— Posted June 27, 2013 by Carmel / 2 Comments
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