Comeuppance Served Cold, by Marion Deeds - Book Review
30, May

Historical-fantasy blends are my favourite genre, and the Roaring 1920's is one of my fav periods, so of course this drew my attention.

L'Esprit de L'Escalier by Catherynne M. Valente - Book Review
21, May

A promise of a Hugo-award finalist retelling of one of my favourite greek myth caught my interest for a quick read.

Amongst Our Weapons (Rivers of London #9) by Ben Aaronovitch - Book Review
26, Apr

The Rivers of London is a good series and I've enjoyed the previous volumes, so I was quite excited with new release.

Unremarkable (Unremarkable #1) by Geoff Habiger and Coy Kisse - Book Review
26, Apr

I love the 1920's and historical fantasy, so any combination holds an obvious allure :)

The Demon's Dagger: A Noir Urban Fantasy Novella by Douglas Lumsden - Book Review
09, Apr

I find Lumsden's urban fantasy series one of the best out there, and I will never get tired of saying it. So obviously I was very excited to see a companion novella.

A Practical Guide to Conquering the World (The Siege #3) by K.J. Parker - Book Review
08, Mar

The Siege is one of modern fantasy most unique series, coming from one of the best authors out there, so of course I jumped on the latest (and probably last) installment.

Doughnut (YouSpace #1) by Tom Holt - Book Review
22, Jan

After reading 'The Outsorcerer's Apprentice' I found out it was book 3 of the series, so went back to read from the start.

A Night Owl Slips into a Diner: A Noir Urban Fantasy Novel (Alexander Southerland, P.I., Book 4) by Douglas Lumsden - Book Review
15, Dec

I loved the Southerland urban fantasy series from the moment I first came across it, so obviously jumped on this one as soon as I could.

The Outsorcerer's Apprentice (YouSpace #3) by Tom Holt - Book Review
28, Nov

Every time I read one of Holt's books (often under his KJ Parker pen-name), I end up loving it. Since I was in the mood for light fantasy and he's known for that, I picked this one up from my TBR.

The Blacktongue Thief (Blacktongue #1) by Christopher Buehlman - Book Review
11, Oct

I first noticed this novel when Tor was promoting it, and it looked like something I'd enjoy - I've been in a mood for lighter fantasy recently. So, for a change, I read something in the year it was published :-D