Urban Fantasy review: Shadows of Ourselves by Apollo Blake

Shadows of Ourselves by Apollo Blake

Published by: Self-published

Format: epub

Genre: urban fantasy/queer fiction

Order at: Amazon 

Reviewed by: Edwin

What to Expect: Remarkably ambitious urban fantasy with fascinating world-building.  A young writer brimming with ideas, though a few rough edges do show through. Read More

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Urban Fantasy Review: Triad Soul by Nathan Burgoine

Triad Soul by Nathan Burgoine

Published by: Bold Stroke Books

Format: eArc

Genre: urban fantasy/queer fiction

Order at: Publisher  |  Amazon |  B&N |  Kobo

(available now at the publisher, 20 June at other retailers)

Reviewed by: Edwin

What to Expect: Wizards, Vampires, and Demons with a heaped serving of queer found family and an unconventional not-quite-romance. Read More

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YA Romance Review: Wake by Lisa McMann

wake lisa mcmannWake by Lisa McMann

Published by: Simon & Schuster

Format: Paperback

Genre: YA, Urban Fantasy, Romance

Order at: Amazon

Reviewed by: Abbi

What to expect: A weird power/curse, depending on your point of view. Realistic teen angst. The beginning of a trilogy about a girl who catches dreams. Read More

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Urban Fantasy Review: The Beast by J.R. Ward

TThe Beasthe Beast by J.R. Ward

Published by: Penguin USA

Format: Paperback ARC

Genre: Urban Fantasy of the Vampire Persuasion

Order from: Amazon

Reviewed by: Guest Reviewer, Ellen(!)

What to expect: Rhage and Mary, Mary and Rhage! Book…whatever of The Black Dagger Brotherhood offers a new installment of two of my most favorite characters (MARY AND RHAGE) + vampires from the Old Country who wear leather, tote guns, and speak in slang, and a look at what’s ahead for the Brotherhood…think GRAND SCOPE!

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