Publisher: Voyager

Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop Review: Family of Monsters & a Blood Prophet

Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop Review: Family of Monsters & a Blood Prophet

After the fantastically unique urban fantasy Written in Red, I am pleased to say that The Murder of Crows lived up to the first book and delves even deeper into a world where monsters co-exist with humans….but only barely. In Murder of Crows, The Others or the terra indigene are struggling to maintain control with the humans, as one […]

June 30, 2014 | 55 Comments
Written in Red by Anne Bishop: Sink your Teeth into this Meaty Paranormal

Written in Red by Anne Bishop: Sink your Teeth into this Meaty Paranormal

Written in Red is not a paranormal book where the creature falls in love with a heroine. Instead, it convincingly portrays the creatures of the night as actual monsters who want to eat people, which was completely refreshing. Written in an immersive world where these creatures and humans live together under a strict agreement, I loved […]

April 23, 2014 | 56 Comments
Sacrificial Magic by Stacia Kane Review: Chess, two men and turmoil

Sacrificial Magic by Stacia Kane Review: Chess, two men and turmoil

What an emotional rollercoaster. Sacrificial Magic is an amazing journey as Chess, Church witch and drug addict, appears to spiral deeper into depression, self-loathing and drug dependency. The case she’s thrust into this time is perilous and someone appears to have a personal vendetta against her. Her relationship with Terrible has gone through the ups […]

October 27, 2012 | 0 Comments