Fantasy

Review: Dragon Magic by Megan Derr

Dragon Magic was one of the books that got left behind on my to-review pile. It’s a new stand-alone fantasy novel by author Megan Derr. It hits all the hallmark of a Megan Derr book. Complex world, complex characters and a story that draws you in. Dragon Magic revolves around four strangers in a kingdom
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YA-review: Fox-Hat and Neko by August Li

Fox-Hat and Neko is a young adult fantasy book written by author August Li and published by Harmony Ink. It’s a fantasy story that has this manga-esque feeling to it. It’s very much a coming of age story along with adventure in this mix. Fox-Hat and Neko is a story I enjoyed reading and I
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ARC-review: Fighting for you by Megan Derr

Fighting for you is the second book in the Lifesworn series by Megan Derr and published by Nine Star Press. I’ll admit to not reading the first book in the series, but I got curious when I read the blurb for this one. I’m very happy I did so too, because I liked this short
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YA-book review: Legendary by L.H. Nicole

Legendary is a book by a new to me author and it’s a story about one of my weaknesses: Arthurian themes. So when I saw this book on Netgalley, I just couldn’t not request it. After reading it, it would have been better if I did. It wasn’t that the book was terribly horrible, but
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YA-book review: Marella by Morgan Sheppard

Marella is the first in a young adult trilogy by Morgan Sheppard. The first book is a short story, a novella really. The story is a set up for the rest of the series and introduces the characters and the world the story is set in, which is an interesting world. It can also be
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Review: Enter the Dragon by Jamie Sullivan

Anyone who knows me, knows that I love stories with dragons in them, so I could hardly ignore this one when I saw it. The story was previously part of an anthology. While the story has dragons, it’s not exactly a particularly good story. The story suffers from superficial characters and no depth to the
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Review: Hound (Haffling #3) by Caleb James

Way back when I was reviewing for Rarely Dusty Books, I reviewed the first book in the Haffling series. I remembered I really liked it, but the details of the story got lost to me, so I went back to read the first and second books (Exile) in the series. Hound is the conclusion of
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