Sword and Pen the final book in the Great Library fantasy series by Rachel Caine was one of my most anticipated and feared books of 2019. Brilliant, emotional and everything a series and should be, Caine left me with one helluva book hangover!
Fledgling by Molly Harper is the second audiobook in the Sorcery and Society young adult fantasy series. If you like magic, secrets, mystery and a clever heroine you’ll want to grab your earbuds and begin this series at once.
Last year, Kill the Queen, the first novel in the Crown of Shards made my top ten list. I worried going into Protect the Prince by Jennifer Estep that it might not live up to its predecessor. I need not have worried as Estep delivered in spades!
Phoenix Unbound by Grace Draven delivered an epic romance, nail-biting suspense, brutality, magic and more leaving me screaming for more!
DEV1AT3 by Jay Kristoff is the second novel in the post-apocalyptic world of the LIFEL1K3 trilogy. In true Kristoff form it was one hell of a ride…
The Affair of the Mysterious Letter by Alexis Hall set off planet, shares a mystery and adventure as relayed by Captain John Wyndham who finds himself housemates with the eccentric and brilliant sorcerer at 221b Martyrs Walk.
No Country for Old Gnomes by Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne is the second novel in the Tales of Pell. This is not a continuation and works on its own. Fans of Monty Python will delight in this fantasy universe.
Middlegame by Seanan McGuire told from multiple perspectives and those of twins Roger and Dodger blew my mind. Take McGuire’s hand as she takes us to the Impossible City.