Tag Archives: Urban Fantasy

By Darkness Revealed by Kevin McLaughlin

The novel begins like an introduction to urban fantasy with detailed explanations of standard elements. However, it plays on many English boarding school tropes as well, offering an interesting blend of the two. The twist comes in the boarding school … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Fury of the Gods by Amy Braun

I jumped into the Areios Brothers series with Fury of the Gods, the third book. I know most people don’t do that, but when something about the description intrigues me, I have no trouble starting in the middle of a … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Death Be Raven by Katie Epstein

When you’re a dedicated reader like me, you develop a list of authors you can count on to match a specific book mood. Katie Epstein quickly earned a spot on that list, and with the third book in The Terra … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Death Be Charmed by Katie Epstein

Everything I mentioned in my review of the first book holds true for Book 2 of the Terra Vane Series as well, with the focus on fun characters with complicated (very complicated) relationships. The world continues to be full of … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Death Be Blue by Katie Epstein

Urban fantasy is all about premise. I signed up to win this title on Goodreads because the premise sounded intriguing, and it holds up. The prologue voice is awkwardly formal and led to some confusion, but once the story starts, … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment