Imagine if D&D and Animal Crossing had a baby. Legends & Lattes is a cozy, low-stakes, slice of life fantasy that is the ultimate comfort read.
ARC Review: Shenanigans
Shenanigans is the newest installment in the "Tales of Valdemar" Anthology Series, and consists mostly of lighthearted and funny. Perfect if you need a break from more serious reads.
ARC Review: Into the West
Into the West is the second installment in Mercedes Lackey's new series about the founding of her legendary world - Valdemar.
ARC Review: Night of the Raven, Dawn of the Dove
Night of the Raven, Dawn of the Dove is a new YA historical fantasy with an interesting setting and engaging characters that are easy to care about.
Book Review: Gild by Raven Kennedy
Gild is the first book in an (explicit) adult romantasy series that puts an intriguing spin on the traditional King Midas myth.
ARC Review: Outcasts of the Wild-Wood by Rachel Atwood
Outcasts of the Wild-Wood is the second book in a historical fantasy series that puts a twist on the familiar Robin Hood legend.
ARC Review: Beyond by Mercedes Lackey
The long-awaited founding of Valdemar comes to life in this new series from a New York Times bestselling author and beloved fantasist.
Book Review: Legendborn by Tracy Deonn
Legendborn is the first book in a YA urban fantasy series that puts a unique spin the King Arthur legend, all while dealing with difficult topics such as racism, trauma and grief.
Book Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E Schwab
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is a unique standalone fantasy novel that explores the consequences of making a deal with the gods - especially the ones who answer after dark.
Book Review: Scythe by Neal Shusterman
Scythe is the first book in a YA dystopian trilogy that explores the consequences of living in a world where natural death has been all but eradicated.