Necessarily Evil: Subversion by Shad N. Freud – Review

Once again, readers journey through the Divine Sitcom with Necessarily Evil: Subversion. Shad Freud delivers this fifth volume of the series with the gloves off. Long-time favorites suffer while the bad guys run amok. Some of the characters we barely got to know.

Rayna’s Sacrifice by A.D. Lombardo – Review

Rayna’s Sacrifice is an excellent third novel in the Katori Chronicles series by A.D. Lombardo. The Half-Light hooked me. Mariana’s Secret felt like a whirlwind. Now, Rayna’s Sacrifice brings them both together in a completely different way.

Wyrd Gods by Susana Imaginário – Audiobook Review

Wyrd Gods by Susana Imaginário – Audiobook Review

Wyrd Gods is a real treat delivered by Susana Imaginário. This story combines an interesting mix of mythologies with fantasy. It is mythology told in a way I’ve never read before. In what universe will Olympian and Norse gods come together to fight a common enemy?

Red Blood by Kaitlyn Legaspi – Review

Kaitlyn Legaspi delivers an exciting new world full of magic and intrigue in her novel, Red Blood. This book is just the beginning of Legaspi’s new Card Holders series. So far, the magical world is impressive. The next installment comes out in the spring of 2022.

The Mostly Invisible Boy by AJ Vanderhorst – Review

Title: The Mostly Invisible Boy (Casey Grimes 1) Author: AJ Vanderhorst Publisher: Lion & Co. on May 6, 2021 Genre: Middle Grade Fantasy Pages: 307 Formats Available: Hardback, Paperback, & Digital Rating: 5/5 Trigger Warnings: Violence Many thanks to AJ Vanderhorst and Write…