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Katrina
Fantasy is my bread and butter. I read and write it. I’m obsessed with world-building and fascinated with lyrical prose. I love that I can contribute to the writing community by recommending good books that can actually make a difference in a person’s life.
The Ash House by Angharad Walker was odd, interesting, and a little disturbing. Overall, I enjoyed the hauntingly atmospheric style and the pristine imagery she portrayed with her writing, but th…
The Assassins of Riaz by Michael Drakich was quite an interesting story with fairly good world-building and nicely-done land rules and negotiations. It was more of a politics book, where it dealt…
Amber & Dusk by Lyra Selene was an interestingly conceived story written in the vein of Marie Rutkoski's Winner's Curse series and Victoria Aveyard's Red Queen series. …
The Boy, The Bird, and the Coffin Maker by Matilda Woods was fun to read primarily because of the lyrical language used throughout, and the illustrated layout of the pages. It was a delight to lo…
Overall, Blink by Sasha Dawn was actually an interesting book. Josh Michaels is the main character, a 16-year-old boy living in a tiny Chicago suburb, trying for a football scholarship while…
This was a heavy book, in terms of science. It was really jolly interesting - for science fiction writers; I can see this becoming a manual for writing really excellent science fiction. Even as someon…
Beasts Made of Night by Tochi Onyebuchi is an intriguing story about a world where people can be purified of their sins by having a Mage draw that guilt from out of their bodies. These drawn-out …
This story had an interesting premise:  a teen boy born into the family of the Grim Reaper. Unbeknownst to him, he is destined to take over the family business one day. He learns about this fate …
This was a really cute graphic novel! The Big Bad Fox is an adorable story about one fox who cannot be fierce. Because of this, he fails at being a terror in the henhouse, and so he never gets…
The Apprentice Witch by James Nicol is a nice mixture of quirky, funny, and heartfelt, with a lot of humor and character growth thrown in. It boasts a really nice friendship story, refreshing to …
This was a messed-up book. And by messed up, I mean the plot was really dark, and the psychological element was horrifying, and the overall conclusion was terrifyingly well done. I mean, having five t…