Urban Fantasy at its finest.
Grey Sister might as well be the most well-written book I've read in my life.
A great ending for an even greater trilogy.
I loved this like I've never loved a short story collection before. What more is there to say?
You know how you always see "In the style of GRRM" on the back cover of books or in blog reviews? Shattered Dreams by Ulff Lehmann is the only book I've read that actually deserves the comparison.
By transitioning from a dark fantasy trilogy to a modern thriller, stand-alone novel, Paul Hoffman proves that he's a talented author who can excel on any genre he decides to write, with excess dexterity and expertise.
With the start of a new series, Mitchell Hogan proves once again that he's one of the greatest fantasy authors of this decade.
From faeries and myths and folklore, to mines and priests and the sacred aspect of the forge, Graham Austin-King jumps from one trilogy to the next, and from good to impeccable.
Age of Assassins takes Fantasy to a whole new level.
Conn Iggulden is one of the greatest Historical Fiction authors of our times. Apparently he's damn good at Fantasy as well.