Tagged: fantasy fiction

Deeplight by

Hugo nominee 2020, although not really because technically the Lodestar isn’t a Hugo, only it is… This is the story of sea monsters, of terrible gods...

How to stop time by

This is only the third book by Haig that I’ve read, but I’ve enjoyed them all and really like his style of writing. But there is...

Beneath the sugar sky by

Wayward Children #3 So usually I’ve never have read this without starting at number 1 in the series. But the description says stand alone, and it...

Minor Mage by

I just don’t know how Ursula Vernon, aka T. Kingfisher, does it. Every single book/story by her I’ve read I’ve loved, and usually read far too...

Spinning Silver by

It has been years since I’ve read a book by Novik. I read her Temeraire way back in 2006, and was a big fan until I...

Trail of lightning by

The Sixth World ; book 1 After the world floods Dinétah, formerly the Navajo reservation, is utterly changed. The old gods and magics have returned, and...

Swordheart by

I loved this book. I pretty much read it in one sitting, with occasional breaks for a cup of tea and taking the dogs outside. It...