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

‘Mooncakes’ Review: The Beauty of Magic, Love, & Friendship

Mooncakes is a delightful romp through a magical town, following a young protagonist and her childhood friend-turned-lover as they fight to keep evil at bay. The story keeps the small wonders of magic alive, honing in on the fun parts of being a witch in the modern world. Conflict remains on the periphery of the … Continue reading ‘Mooncakes’ Review: The Beauty of Magic, Love, & Friendship

‘No Country for Old Gnomes’ Review: A Delightful Romp Through Pure Imagination

No Country for Old Gnomes is an astoundingly original take on the fairy tale genre, pairing every fantastic creature you can imagine with a fantasy kingdom worthy of housing them. The writing is smart and sharp, providing endless laughable moments as you get to know these strange and varied characters. From a gothic young gnome … Continue reading ‘No Country for Old Gnomes’ Review: A Delightful Romp Through Pure Imagination

‘Ghosts of Gotham’ Review: Fantasy-Mystery At Its Finest

Ghosts of Gotham is a mystery that’s impossible to put down from the first sentence. I was immediately entranced by this book, from the characters with extremely dark backgrounds to the story that is so multilayered you’ll never see the next big reveal coming. It’s a cross-genre gem, to be sure, living up to the … Continue reading ‘Ghosts of Gotham’ Review: Fantasy-Mystery At Its Finest