Review – Small Miracles by Olivia Atwater

After hearing so much about this SFPBO winner, I, Laura, had to read it myself to see if it lived up to all the hype. My opinion? It does! This book was so charming and once I started listening, I didn’t want to stop. If you are looking for a fun, heartwarming book, I’d highlyContinue reading “Review – Small Miracles by Olivia Atwater”

Sign Here – Claudia Lux

This was a PATREON PICK! Hannah read Sign Here, a fun novel filled with dark humor and thrilling tales about one soul’s job in the deals department of Hell, and his story of hitting five people in one family to promise their souls for all eternity. I feel like this book is not comparable toContinue reading “Sign Here – Claudia Lux”

The Pearl Hunter – Miya T. Beck

While twin sisters Kai and Kishi do everything together, they could not be more different. Kishi is the “golden child” to Kai’s “trouble-maker.” As the only children in a pearl diving family, the sisters are honored to continue their family’s tradition of pearl diving and selling pearls to noble houses in the Heiwadai Empire. WhenContinue reading “The Pearl Hunter – Miya T. Beck”

Goodbye to the Sun – Jonathan Nevair

On the desert planet of Kol 2, the Motes have been oppressed for years by the Targitians, and long to regain their freedom within the Sagittarius Arm. A resistance is developing. The Motes, led by the pilot Razor, abduct the influential ambassador Keen Draeden in order to broker a deal for their independence. However, whenContinue reading “Goodbye to the Sun – Jonathan Nevair”

Paladin Unbound – Jeffrey Speight

I, Hannah, read Paladin Unbound by Jeffrey Speight. This action-packed novel mixes a group of interesting characters and puts them against a god. In the first few chapters we meet Umhra, a half-orc, half-human mercenary who starts the novel off with a secret. I enjoyed Speight’s way of building on Umhra, and his early chaptersContinue reading “Paladin Unbound – Jeffrey Speight”

Seasons of Albadone by Christopher Warman and Élan Marché

“In the beginning of time, the True One created all that ever was.” The land was blessed with the True One’s creation: beautiful waters, forests, and skies. The guardians (dragons, griffons,and mers), however, were not content with this creation and asked for more, resulting in the True One’s creation of four unique seasons. When theContinue reading “Seasons of Albadone by Christopher Warman and Élan Marché”

Along the Perimeter – Steven Healt

Many years ago, a fog spread over the world, making it inhabitable. However, many people were saved by an alien race known as the Amboians. They installed a shield that keeps the fog out. They also provide stability to the world, running the government and making sure humans are provided for. We follow along asContinue reading “Along the Perimeter – Steven Healt”

IndieMission Pt. 3

Y’all, its the next round of IndieMission!!!! We are currently doing #IndiePalooza, but we will be heading into a deep dive into an Indie author after Murderbot Diaries Diaries, and you get to pick the book!!! Hannah randomized the lineup, but without further ado, here it is!! We will be voting on each of theContinue reading “IndieMission Pt. 3”

The Part about the Dragon Was (Mostly) True by Sean Gibson

I, Laura, read The Part About The Dragon Was (Mostly) True. This delightful tale is the story of how the village (or possibly town, depending on the circumstances…It’s a whole thing.) of Skendrick was terrorized by a terrible dragon and then saved by an unlikely band of heroes. Told by the stunningly beautiful, smart, hilarious,Continue reading “The Part about the Dragon Was (Mostly) True by Sean Gibson”

A Day of Fallen Night – Samantha Shannon

In Priory of the Orange Tree, Samantha Shannon introduced us to a new world. With longform world building, she created a high fantasy tale with detailed descriptions on the various lands and their religions, fashions, and people. In her prequel, A Day of Fallen Night, Shannon takes us back to the lands, 500 years beforeContinue reading “A Day of Fallen Night – Samantha Shannon”