The Trials of Koli by M.R. Carey

“There can’t be any rules in the telling of stories…as to the happiness or sadness of it, that depends on where you’re standing.”The Trials of Koli by M.R. Carey Please note I was gifted this ARC from a friend. I’m attempting to write this review having finished The Fall of Koli as well. I’m going... Continue Reading →

Half a Soul by Olivia Atwater

"There is such a thing as evil in this world,” Elias told her quietly. “It does not help to look away from it. It does not even help, necessarily, to look at it.” His fingers brushed through her hair, and she shivered. “But sometimes, when you cannot force the world to come to its senses,... Continue Reading →

The Magic of C.L. Polk

"Marlowe had offered me fifty dollars to stand out here in the freezing Chicago cold and do an augury, and like a damn greedy fool, I said yes."Even Though I Knew the End by C.L. Polk I recently had the joy of reading two books by C.L. Polk back to back, and both were equally... Continue Reading →

The Book of Koli by M.R. Carey

"So that was our life, and it seemed like nothing would ever happen to change it. But it's when you think such thoughts that change is most like to come. You let your guard down, almost, and life comes running at you on your blind side. Because life is nothing but change, even when it... Continue Reading →

Minerva by Edith Pawlicki

"Minerva found it hard to sedate them as they knew her goal and were actively resisting, but she drew deep on her willpower and applied exhaustion with a heavy hand. Minerva found it increasingly difficult to hold herself apart from her Empathy."-Minerva by Edith Pawlicki I want to preface this review by saying Edith Pawlicki... Continue Reading →

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