Review: The Relentless Moon, by Mary Robinette Kowal

The Relentless Moon By Mary Robinette Kowal, Tor Books, July 2020 To start, I’m the biggest Mary Robinette Kowal fan. The Lady Astronaut series is arguably my favorite series since I started this review blog, and The Relentless Moon continues its brilliance in every way. With Dr. Elma York long gone on the mission to Mars, we … Continue reading Review: The Relentless Moon, by Mary Robinette Kowal

Review: Burn the Dark, by S. A. Hunt

Burn the Dark: Malus Domestica Book 1 By S. A. Hunt, Published by Tor Books, January 2020 Burn the Dark is an excellent combination of modern-day fantasy, internet fame, and witch hunting from a protagonist you’d be desperate to follow on YouTube. Hunt manages to combine loads of characters alongside witch-lore and horror elements to create … Continue reading Review: Burn the Dark, by S. A. Hunt

Review: Devolution, by Max Brooks

Devolution: A Firsthand Account of the Rainier Sasquatch Massacre By Max Brooks, Published by Del Rey, June 2020 Devolution is only my second foray into cryptid fiction. It’s not a sub-genre I’ve been drawn to, purely because I tend more toward space operas and fast-paced novels populated by ass-kicking heroines. Enter Sasquatch and a thrilling tale … Continue reading Review: Devolution, by Max Brooks