Magic to Memphis by Julie Starr
Music, murder and everyday magic. Jessie is seventeen years old, a runaway musician living rough in a trailer with a pit bull dog called Bear. That's fine by Jessie; she's got big plans. . .Read Alyssa's review here
A Rarer Gift Than Gold- by Lucy Branch
Abigail Argent stands out. Some people notice that she always wears gloves and shudder when they know why. The ones who know her best notice her ability with metal. Abigail's particular talent lies in the colouring of alloys, for seeing the beauty in a plain piece of metal and being able to draw it out. -Read the review here
Isabella's Heiress -
Newly dead and struggling to cope with her new reality, Emma Elliott is thrust into a dark and desperate vision of London. In her fight to survive she meets friends, both old and new, and uncovers a world inhabited by two warring clans of angels -Read the review here
Red Ice - In the third and concluding volume of the satirical sci-fi trilogy, The Chronicles of Dekaydence, Mother Nature quits God. God quits Heaven. Clowns invade Heaven. Meanwhile, back on earth, Will, Ruby Q and Piccolo pursue their dreams but experience nightmares. Read the Review here
Legend of the Mystic Knights -
This novel, the Legend of the Mystic Knights , is very interesting and authentic. Evil monsters have taken over world, and they have gotten so powerful that civilizations have been stuck in medieval times for the last 1,000 years. The only hope seems to be ...... Read the review here
A Myth of the Night by Cora Choi
Welcome to Stauros Island, where the heroes and heroines of lost myths and legends come to life. Read the review here
The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale
The book centers around the Crown Princess Anidori-Kiladra Talianna Isilee of Kildenree, a small kingdom with more powerful neighbors. Read the Review Here
The Kings' Council by Kristen Reed - The Kings' Council is the story of Alazne Katarin Lorea Viteri, the princess of the fire fey.
If you are a real fan of fantasy and in particular the Arthurian saga you might want to consider the works of T.H. White. The Once and Future King
The Leviathan Trilogy by Scott Westerfeld, Read the review here
Sapphique - Finn has escaped Incarceron, but Keiro and Attia are still Inside. Outside, things are not at all what Finn expected - and both Finn's and Claudia's very lives hang on Finn convincing the Court that he is the lost prince. Read the Review here
Book Review: Hellbent by Cherie Priest (review by Michael Cummings)
Vampire thief Raylene Pendle doesn't need more complications in her life. Her Seattle home is already overrun by a band of misfits, including Ian Stott, a blind vampire, and Adrian deJesus, an ex-Navy SEAL/drag queen. But Raylene still can't resist an old pal's request: seek out and steal a bizarre set of artifacts. Also on the hunt is a brilliant but certifiably crazy sorceress .... Read the Review here
A Review of The Age of Odin by James Lovegrove
A Review of Berserker by William Meikle ( A Viking Historical Novel)
A review of the Robert Low Oathsworn series of Viking novels. The Whale Road, The Wolf Sea the White Raven and The Prow Beast.
Review of the Viking Trilogy by Tim Severin - This is a viking historical series of novels.
Reviews of the Genesis of Shannara Series: Our guest reviewer: ML Hamilton is the author of Emerald and she reviews each book in the trilogy for us.
New: Book Review (Armageddon's Children) by guest reviewer and Fantasy Author: ML. Hamilton. In this, the first of a new fantasy series Brooks melds the World fo Shannana and the post apocalypic world of his Word and Void series. Read the review here
The Elves of Cintra (Genesis of Shannara, Book2 )
This is the latest review by Guest reviewer and fantasy author ML Hamilton. Read the review here
The Gypsy Morph (Genesis of Shannara, Book 3) Read The Review here
New Book Review by a guest reviewer and fantasy writer (Jim tate)
The Sowers of Thunder by Robert E. Howard - Howard created more than Conan. Read the review about this collection of four of his lesser known yet amazing works: The Sowers of Thunder
REVIEWS (The Twilight Saga) Here is a series of reviews of all four of the Twilight Saga books. These reviews are written by guest reviewer Stacey. The Twilight Saga
This book is a brand new release and it is an interesting book for a couple of different reasons. The author exercises imagination yet restraint and he turns the genre of epic fantasy around in a fresh way - Read my review here
REVIEW This is a remarkable little book that has an underground labyrinth as its centerpiece. The second book in the Earthsea series of books. Read my review here
REVIEWWizard's First Rule is the first Terry Goodkind book in the Sword of Truth series which is also the basis for the ABC television series Legend of the Seeker. This is a review of this remarkable book. Read my review here
A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. LeGuin - This is one of the masterpieces of Fantasy and it is the first book in the Earthsea Cycle. Read my review here
NEW BOOK REVIEW
Magician: Master by Raymond Feist - This is the second novel in the Riftwar Saga and in it we watch as our main character is transformed from apprentice to master. But we also watch as Feist himself is transformed from apprentice writer to master. Read Will's Review here
Magician: Apprentice by Raymond Feist - This is the first book in the very successful Riftwar series of books. Read Will's Review here
The Gathering Storm is now available for pre-sales on amazon.com so you can order your copy today. It is set to be released on November 3, 2009. You can pre-order it on Amazon.com here: The Gathering Storm (Wheel of Time) . Or you can read my thoughts on this and more about Robert Jordan, this book and the two more that are coming here: About The Gathering Storm.