Book Review: Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir

Sometimes, you stumble across a book that has such an intriguing, batsh*t concept, you can’t help but want to delve immediately into the book. That is what Tasmyn Muir’s Gideon the Ninth is – her debut novel and the first one as part of the Locked Tomb trilogy. With a tagline that really speaks for […]

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Chilling Effect by Valerie Valdes

I know that you should never judge a book by its cover, but when Orbit sent me this in the post and I opened it to see tiny cats in space suits, I already knew that this was going to be a space opera that I would enjoy.  “Kidnappers. Alien emperors. Psychic cats. And she’s […]

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Paladin’s Grace by T.Kingfisher

“Stephen’s god died a little after noon on the longest day of the year. […] It had never occurred to Stephen or any of the others that a god could die. Such things happened in mythology, not in real life” Paladin’s Grace was a book I stumbled across – much like how Grace encounters Stephen […]

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The Gift of Foresight by Raven Knox

Life was almost perfect until he left them. Will was a good man, torn and confused.Alyss was bitter, hurt, and lonely. Harriet could never see what she always knew was there.They always loved each other. Blurb of ‘The Gift of Foresight’ *[This is a sponsored Ad review] The Gift of Foresight is an intriguing and, […]

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