I read the Varangian Descendants by K. Panikian as an omnibus (and boy, was that hard to maneuver on the subway at nearly 600 extra-large pages!) so I’m going to do one big review of the series here, with some extra attention to each book. There were a lot of things I loved about thisContinue reading “Review: The Varangian Descendants by K. Panikian”
This book has an absolutely phenomenal premise. It is set in a quasi-Western apocalyptic world full of scattered human settlements, each of which relies on a pact made with a devil to sustain themselves. When Sia is chosen as a sacrifice to her village’s devil, she is cast out into exile and must explore thisContinue reading “Review: Horns and Haloes by Nia Rose”
I loved this book. First off, isn’t that cover gorgeous? Secondly, it’s a really great story, told very well. This book reminded me of Stephen King’s Dark Tower series in the way it layered myth and legend, an aesthetic drawn from the Western genre, and a brilliant fantasy plot. But, with all due respect toContinue reading “Review: Riddled Worlds by Phil Coleman”
Hawkwing is an intriguing debut novel from an obviously talented writer. The book focuses on Kestrel, a young healer who has to use her skills to try to discover an evil menacing her land. I liked Kestral, the main character, a great deal. She is a thoughtful, likable character. It’s nice to read a coming-of-ageContinue reading “Review: Hawkwing by L.A. Gregory”
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Hi, I’m Anya! I’m the author of YA novel Queen of All and its forthcoming sequels, as well as many short stories and other work across genres!
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