Fresh and exciting with all the elements I love in a good urban fantasy series. Grab a cup of coffee and find out why Wild Hunger left me excited for more Heirs of Chicagoland.
How to Break an Undead Heart is the third book in the Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy series by Hailey Edwards. I’ve been having a blast reading about Grier, her unique home, friends, and training as a necromancer. A road trip soon leads to trouble, heartbreak, and new beginnings.
The Serpent by Sarah Fine, narrated by Carly Robins proved to be an intriguing start to the Immortal Dealers series. Come check out why I recommend you grab you earbuds and give this urban fantasy a listen.
A beast of an audiobook, A Plague of Giants is the first of the epic Seven Kennings, fantasy series by Kevin Hearne. Narrated by Luke Daniels, I quickly became caught up in this magical tale.
The Girl in the Green Silk Gown is the second novel in the Ghost Roads series by Seanan McGuire. Once again we are back with Rose Marshall, the phantom hitchhiker who lives in the twilight. Fans of urban legends, ghosts and the world between, will want to sink their teeth into this.
Getting Wilde by Jenn Stark introduces us to snarky, tarot card reader and magical-artifacts hunter Sara Wilde. Wilde is a character with potential and a good heart. I am still tentative about the series. Come find out why.
Fool Moon by Jim Butcher is the second novel in the Dresden Files and once again I chose to listen to the narrations of James Marsters. Butcher combines magic, supernatural elements, and a murder mystery as our Wizard tries to save lives and stay out of jail.
My quest for all things urban fantasy continues, and I was delighted to stumble upon Stray Magic by Kelly Meding, the first in the Strays series. Dark magic, necromancy, and a snarky kick-ass half human-half djinn heroine, gave way to an addictive tale. I cannot wait for more!