• Mage in the Undercity

    Mage in the Undercity: Stars and Bones, Book 2

    Mage in the Undercity (Stars and Bones: Book Two), by B. B. Morgan Hi everyone, how have you been keeping lately? Today, I’m excited to review Mage in the Undercity, Book Two of the Stars and Bones series, by author B. B. Morgan. About Notorious thief Juniper Thimble is to remain at Bradburn Castle until the spell tying her life to Prince Adrian’s can be severed. As Juniper learns how to control the magic that allowed for the death of the core demon, squire Reid finds himself…

  • The Shard

    The Shard, by Jane Shand

    The Shard, by Jane Shand Hey guys, how are you doing today? The past few weeks have been really good to me, and I hope they’ve been good for you too. Today, I’m reviewing The Shard, a unique fantasy novel by Jane Shand. About Nalani possesses a gift, one which she views as a terrible curse, for she believes it drove her father away from her family’s home on the island of Naia. Now, Nalani’s gift is calling to her, urging her to travel to…

  • The Dividing , Devin Downing

    The Dividing (The Adamic Trilogy: Book 1)

    The Dividing (The Adamic Trilogy: Book 1), by Devin Downing Hey guys, I hope you’ve been having a wonderful start to March. Have you read any particularly good books lately? If so, I’d love to hear about them. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing The Dividing, Book 1 of The Adamic Trilogy, by Devin Downing. About The Dividing follows the lives of two teenagers, the royal princess of Cavernum, Roselyn, and Matt, an adoptee who returns to his magical roots. While Cavernum’s people are growing…

  • Strands of Existence

    Strands of Existence (Book One: Island Girl), by Aino Lahteva

    Strands of Existence (Book One: Island Girl),by Aino Lahteva Hey guys, are you having a good week? Things have been quite hectic here. I recently started an Open University course in psychology, and also began trialling different medications for adhd, so fingers crossed all goes smoothly. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Strands of Existence (Book One: Island Girl), the first in a series of unique fantasy novels by author Aino Lahteva. About Istrae Elona is to wed Cowe, a man she despises on her…

  • Pariah's Lament

    Pariah’s Lament (An Of Metal & Magic Core Story)

    Hey guys, how have you been keeping? Here in England, we’re still observing our third lockdown, however, we’re hopeful it might end soon. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Pariah’s Lament (an Of Magic & Metal core story), by author Richie Billing. This story is part of a larger group of works by various authors, who have banded together to explore a wide world of fantasy. Of Metal & Magic Publishing has more details regarding this exciting joint project. About When Keeper Ashara is attacked…

  • A Season of Ravens, Jesse Snyder

    A Season of Ravens (A short Story Collection)

    A Season of Ravens, by Jesse Synder   Hey guys, have you been having a good week so far? Today, I’m reviewing A Season of Ravens, a collection of fantasy stories written by author Jesse Snyder. About A Season of Ravens is a short story collection, set in the fantasy lands of Eyora, with each story involving the notorious sin eater, Asher Norwood. The stories are told using third person narration, with a writing style that paints a detailed picture of the magical lands explored.…

  • Netherlight

    Netherlight, by Shaun Paul Stevens

    Netherlight, by Shaun Paul Stevens Hey guys, how has your week been so far? Christmas is steadily inching its way closer and I can’t wait to spend more time with family. Book-wise, I have a real treat for you today, in the form of Netherlight, a fantasy novel that explores the misuse of magic and power, alongside the prejudice and mistreatment of different peoples. The author, Shaun Paul Stevens, has outdone himself with this one. So, without further ado, let’s dive into today’s review. About…

  • Call of Magic, A. R .Ceagan

    The Call of Magic (Fool’s Journey, Book One)

    Hey guys, How has your week been? Today’s review is for the first book in an exciting new fantasy series, The Call of Magic. About: Emma, a responsible and driven young woman, has plans to one day change the world. When a strange mark appears on her arm, she finds herself being unexpectedly invited to learn about the strange symbol by the handsome Thies. Taken against her will, to a place known as the Institut, Emma is to learn magic, to take part in a…

  • The Midnight Before Me, Elizabeth Lo

    The Midnight Before Me (Fantasy)

    Hi guys, I hope you’re well. Today, I’m reviewing The Midnight Before Me, by Elizabeth Lo.   About The Midnight Before Me, by Elizabeth Lo is a fantasy novel filled with magical tragedy. Set in the country of Galviton, Midnight Thunder wants only to die, to be free from her power of regeneration that keeps her coming back, when she is called upon to save her country from a terrible curse. The story follows several points of view, the most significant being of: -Midnight Thunder…

  • a prayer of light and venom, D Elias Jenkins, magical, fantasy

    A prayer of Light and Venom

    Good morning from a lovely sunny Eastern England. How are you this fine day? My pup is currently snoozing beside me so I thought it about time I post my next review. Today, I’m reviewing A Prayer of Light and Venom, a magical fantasy tale by D. Elias. Jenkins.   Summary Years after King Oligan’s corruption, most magical creatures have been wiped out, or have gone into hiding. All that changes when the fabled Sorrow (a force of great darkness and misery) returns to the…