27 SFF Releases, October-December 2022

There are so many science fiction and fantasy books coming out in the last three months of 2022! I'm so excited, and also wondering how the hell I'm going to read all the things. Triage. Triage is key. Also, I am loving the revival/resurgence of witchy romances. Not necessarily urban fantasy or paranormal fantasy, but … Continue reading 27 SFF Releases, October-December 2022

Book Review: A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking by T Kingfisher

A Wizard's Guide to Defensive Baking by T Kingfisher 🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲/5 Fourteen-year-old Mina never meant to get arrested. In fact, she shouldn't have been arrested at all. She was the one who found the body of the girl in her aunt's bakery, but because Mina is a wizard (does being able to magic bread even count … Continue reading Book Review: A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking by T Kingfisher

Book Review: Fevered Star by Rebecca Roanhorse

I feel like this is more appropriately titled: Fevered Star, and other sequels that didn't wow me like book 1 Because yes, this is going to have two extra mini reviews tacked on to the end, for Katherine Addison's Witness for the Dead (a companion novel to The Goblin Emperor) and Sarah Lyons Fleming's second … Continue reading Book Review: Fevered Star by Rebecca Roanhorse

Book Review: Siren Queen by Nghi Vo

Siren Queen by Nghi Vo 🌲🌲🌲🌲/5 "No maids," I said, thrusting my chin up. "No funning talking, no fainting flowers." In this Hollywood, the monsters on screen aren't half as bad the monsters behind the scenes, controlling everything, from their stars' names to the people they love. Luli Wei would do anything to be a … Continue reading Book Review: Siren Queen by Nghi Vo

Book Review: The Memory Librarian by Janelle Monáe

The Memory Librarian by Janelle Monáe 🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲/5 Oh, to live in a world that saw and valued you! An anthology of dystopian short stories about queer women of color finding joy where they can in the middle of a world where memory is curated, collected and removed. This is a world where resistance to totalitarianism … Continue reading Book Review: The Memory Librarian by Janelle Monáe

Book Review: Squire by Sara Alfageeh & Nadia Shammas

Squire by Sara Alfageeh & Nadia Shammas 🌲🌲🌲🌲/5 All her life, Azia has dreamed of being a knight of the Bayt-Sajji Empire. Never mind the empire is not as great as it once was, or that she is a member of the Ornu people, who have been turned into scapegoats for the Empire's woes. Azia … Continue reading Book Review: Squire by Sara Alfageeh & Nadia Shammas