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Fantasy

Realms of the Dragons is an anthology of stories that take place in the Forgotten Realms Dungeons & Dragons setting. The stories in this collection span many different time periods in the history …
I was surprised to find that Green Rider is exactly the right length, despite being roughly 500 pages long. Although the beginning is a bit slow, the story quickly takes off and maintains excellent pa…
As a young girl I loved to watch the movies The Secret Garden and A Little Princess so I was very happy to begin reading this book and get Frances Hodgson Burnett vibes almost right away.&nb…
Hotel Magnifique is a beautiful, imaginative book starting with the cover that showcases a skeleton key necklace and other illustrations that are relevant to the story within. The cover caught my eye …
Berg is a young, lonely giant whose greatest desire is to belong. However, town people are afraid of him and threaten him whenever they come in contact. All of that changes when he meets Anya, a young…
Abby Beckett is no one special. Just a girl with a mother who's deceased, a father who's an English professor, and the legacy of being descended from the Aesir, elite warriors charged to defend the ea…
Tiger Queen is a retelling of the short story “The Lady, or the Tiger?” by Frank R. Stockton. You don’t need to be familiar with the original story before reading Tiger Queen – I wasn’t and looking ba…
What happens when you mix art, magic, murder, and romance?  You get the recently released novel entitled A Forgery of Roses by Jessica Olson. I was first attracted to this book not due to the story…
The Lock-Eater jumps into action shortly after the story begins and grips your interest until the end. Full of adventure and excitement, the story will keep those pages flying. Author Zack Loran Clark…
When I heard that Dark of the West was a political fantasy heavily inspired by World War II, I picked it up immediately. And while the book wasn't perfect, the blend of mid-20th century technology and…
I’ve been hearing the idiom “don’t judge a book by its cover” ever since I was a kid. And while at first, I thought Echo North’s cover was boring, I came to realize how elegantly it portrays the story…
Spellslinger is the first book in a six book fantasy series. The setting is a little bit of a mash-up between the Wild West and something that feels like the middle east. The main character is Kelle…