Sabrina always secretly hoped to be rich and famous and pursued a job in the scientific field. About three years in she realized just how foolish of an idea that was. There's a reason you don't see Lab Grunts in the pages of People, unless they're doing an expose on people who look like Bigfoot. After trying her hands at unicycle painting she turned her attention to writing and created this book and one other knocking about somewhere. She currently lives with her husband and beloved dog, who may or may not dress up like Sherlock Holmes and solve mysteries in their spare time. As you'll note, the exits are located here and here, and if you're getting a hankering for some popped grains drizzled with motor oil our concession stand is still open.
Generally speaking, fantasy stories don't do a lot for me. But Sabrina Zbasnik has a way with words and characters, and I loved her first book Tin Hero. Her second book, TerraFae, is just as entertaining, and I enjoyed it immensely. The story revolves around Cas, a killer for hire when it comes to removing troublesome monsters and ghouls. She's sitting in an inn one day with her partner Humphrey, minding her own business. That comes to an end when an elf shows up … more