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reviewed The Demon Left Behind. August 31, 2013
The Demon Left Behind
Melusine is a female demon. No, she doesn't have horns and carry a pitchfork. She is an otherworldly being who lives on a different plane of existence. As leader of a group of demons who have come …
reviewed Those Who Fight Monsters: Tales of Oc.... October 24, 2011
Those Who Fight Monsters: Tales of Occult Detectives
These days, urban fantasy stories are big business (in literary terms). This anthology presents new stories of demon hunters by today's most popular writers.      Kate Connor is …
posted a Quick Tip about The Gypsy Morph (Genesis of Shannara,.... November 04, 2010
The Gypsy Morph (Genesis of Shannara, Book 3)
The stunning conclusion to Terry Brooks' epic fantasy THE GENESIS OF SHANNARA series that a magnificent fantasy that ties Terry Brooks' SHANNARA and KNIGHT OF THE WORD universes together into a wonderful, …
reviewed The Gypsy Morph (Genesis of Shannara,.... November 04, 2010
The Gypsy Morph (Genesis of Shannara, Book 3)
In a horrifying blend of post-apocalyptic terror and new age urban fantasy, Terry Brooks' GENESIS OF SHANNARA series describes a world ravaged by nuclear war, plague, pestilence, famine, mindless …
posted a Quick Tip about Strange Cargo. October 11, 2010
Strange Cargo
A delicious blend of Lovecraft, Collins or Poe's version of tension and horror, Brooks' ideas of a modern, dark, urban fantasy and the very best of Dickensian characterization, complex and intricately …
reviewed Strange Cargo. October 11, 2010
Strange Cargo
I made these comments in a review of Barlough's earlier novel The House in the High Wood but, frankly, they bear repeating for Strange Cargo, his third novel. Barlow's very special blend of writing …
reviewed Nocturnal. September 07, 2010
Nocturnal
Review courtesy of [...]    I had never read anything by any of the authors in this anthology apart from Jess Haines, and apart from Jess's story, I'm not likely to seek them out after …
reviewed Valiant: A Modern Tale of Faerie. July 26, 2010
Holly Black Valiant
           One of my reactions to this book was that i connected so well to the main character. She was so normal to me and yet had an epic adventure.   …
posted a Quick Tip about The Mortal Instruments Series. July 12, 2010
City of Bones
Great book, for those who love fantasy. Very suspenseful but simple to read.
reviewed American Gods. July 02, 2010
American Gods: A Novel
This novel by Gaiman is my absolute favorite of his. The main character, Shadow, starts out kind of neutral, and a bit non-emotional. You start to realize as you read however, that he is you. perhaps …
posted a Quick Tip about American Gods. July 02, 2010
American Gods: A Novel
Neil Gaiman's best novel. Very much feels like The Sandman.
reviewed The Mortal Instruments Series. June 24, 2010
City of Bones
Clary is your average teenage girl... or so she thinks until she goes to a night club and sees three teenagers slay a demon. The Shadowhunters are a  group of people trying to keep the world safe …
posted a Quick Tip about Death: The High Cost Of Living. June 22, 2010
Death: The High Cost Of Living by Neil Gaiman
One of my favorites! Love The Sandman Series and Neil Gaiman! Added Plus, Tori Amos wrote the introduction!
posted a Quick Tip about Death: The High Cost Of Living. June 20, 2010
Death: The High Cost Of Living by Neil Gaiman
Good Book
posted a Quick Tip about Death: The High Cost Of Living. June 18, 2010
Death: The High Cost Of Living by Neil Gaiman
Can't we think of anything new to write about besides a poor girl or woman who's having trouble in life?
posted a Quick Tip about Valiant: A Modern Tale of Faerie. June 18, 2010
Holly Black Valiant
Eh, Tithe was better...
posted a Quick Tip about Death: The High Cost Of Living. June 18, 2010
Death: The High Cost Of Living by Neil Gaiman
This graphic novel is the perfect introduction to the "Sandman" series by Neil Gaiman!
posted a Quick Tip about Perdido Street Station. June 18, 2010
Perdido Street Station by China Mieville
One of the most beautiful, phantasmagorical books I've ever read.
reviewed Perdido Street Station. June 16, 2010
Perdido Street Station by China Mieville
Perdido Street Station is the main hub of New Crobuzon, the place where all the transportation and communication lines of the city converge. It serves as an appropriate metaphor for New Crobuzon and …
posted a Quick Tip about Perdido Street Station. June 16, 2010
Perdido Street Station by China Mieville
magical. this story has stayed with me since i've read it. it's enchanting, terrifying and masterfully executed.
posted a Quick Tip about American Gods. June 16, 2010
American Gods: A Novel
this is pretty good, y'all. gaiman's more traditional novels are the bomb diggity.
posted a Quick Tip about American Gods. June 16, 2010
American Gods: A Novel
Alright enough.
posted a Quick Tip about American Gods. June 15, 2010
American Gods: A Novel
This was well-written, though not really my cup of tea. I tried to like it because a friend recommended it, but I just couldn't.
posted a Quick Tip about Death: The High Cost Of Living. June 11, 2010
Death: The High Cost Of Living by Neil Gaiman
its an ok book
posted a Quick Tip about The Mortal Instruments Series. June 04, 2010
City of Bones
I liked the beginning, enjoyed the characters, but this last chapter unthreaded the entire book and left me discontent.
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