Articles Posted in the " fantasy " Category

  • Forest of a Thousand Lanterns: Delightfully Dark

    Before I started reading, all I knew about Julie Dao’s Forest of a Thousand Lanterns was that it was very popular at this year’s BookExpo. After finishing, I wasn’t quite sure how I felt about it. This morning, when I was reading other people’s reviews searching for a way to articulate my thoughts, I discovered something important. […]

  • The Kaedin Secret by Author A.K. Lee – Book Review

    It’s tough to bring something interesting to the YA fantasy genre because of the numerous titles already available. But author A.K. Lee seems ready to make a name for herself with her debut novel, The Kaedin Secret, which is book one in the Kaedin Series. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in […]

  • Tomi Adeyemi on Epic Adventures and Representation

    If you’re not familiar with the name Tomi Adeyemi, you soon will be. Her debut novel, Children of Blood and Bone, hasn’t even hit shelves yet and has already been optioned for a movie, in a seven-figure deal that is almost unheard of for a new author, let alone one who is just 23. Read our […]

  • “Nevernight” Is a Dark and Compelling Fantasy

    A world with three suns is the setting for Jay Kristoff’s Nevernight. In this world where it is almost always daylight, Mia Corvere has her family violently ripped away from her at a young age, and she spends the next six years mercilessly training to join the Red Church – a secret group of deadly assassins. […]

  • Aftermath 1×9 Review: The Barbarous King

    This week’s episode of Aftermath titled ‘The Barbarous King’ introduced some old Copeland family members. It also moved the plot along, but at a snail’s pace. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.