Review: Circe by Madeline Miller

Ooooh Greek Mythology. I love you so. Mythology in general has been one of those things that I have been fascinated with for my entire life. And Madeline Miller.... well, let's just say that Song of Achilles had me in goddamn tears despite knowing how The Illiad ended. It is quite easily one of my... Continue Reading →

Review: Shards by Ben Galley

I've had this little gem on my kindle for a long while, but I figured while I was in the mood for some short stories in between longer books, I would slam down some golem-tacular shenanigans. They call the Malar Dorah unbreakable. Five centuries it stood unconquered until foul trickery cracked its gates. Now, it... Continue Reading →

Review: Noir by Christopher Moore

Ahh I can't help myself. This one isn't exactly fantasy... it's more humour/mystery...ish. But, it's sort of fantastical, in a way... so... yeah. 😀 I love Christopher Moore's books. I've read, um... pretty much everything that he's published at this point. A Dirty Job and Secondhand Souls (of which the hardcover glows in the fucking... Continue Reading →

Review: Hemlock by Jesse Teller

I read Song last year, and really enjoyed it, as it was a bit of a breath of fresh air comparatively to the other Perilisc books I had read up to that point. Still pretty dark, but not quite as in-your-face-dark, with characters I rather like! So, when I was offered a review copy of... Continue Reading →

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