reviews
Binti by Nnedi Okorafor – Book Review
18, Feb

Published by: Tor.com
Genre: Sci-Fi, Afrofuturism
Pages: 96
Format: ebook
Purchased Copy: from Amazon
Awards: Hugo and Nebula Awards for Best Novella (2016)

A Sea of Broken Glass by Sonya M. Black - SPFBO Book Review
11, Feb

Self-Published
Genre: Fantasy, Sword and Sorcery
Format: ebook
Review Copy: Courtesy of SPFBO

The Shadow Saint by Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan – Book Review
29, Jan

Series: The Black Iron Legacy # 2
Published by: Orbit
Genre: Dark Fantasy, Grimdark, High Fantasy
Pages: 567
Format: e-book
Review Copy Courtesy of NetGalley

The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow – Book Review
21, Jan

Published by: Redhook (Orbit)
Genre: Historical Fantasy, Magical Realism
Pages: 374
Format: Kindle ebook.
Purchased Copy.

Prosper's Demon by K. J. Parker - Book Review
17, Jan

Published by: Macmillan-Tor/Forge

Genre: Fantasy, Historical, Dark
Pages: 112 (according to Goodreads)
Format: Novella, e-book
Review Copy:  Provided by NetGalley in return for an honest review.
Release Date: January 28, 2020

Some of the Booknest.eu Team's Favourite Fantasy Novels of 2019
02, Jan

Hello, everyone! Though the New Year has already begun and our TBR piles are weighing heavily, we at Booknest.eu wanted to take a moment to remind you about some of our favorite novels published in 2019!

The Gutter Prayer by Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan – Book Review
27, Dec

Series: The Black Iron Legacy # 1
Published by: Orbit
Genre: Dark Fantasy, Grimdark, High Fantasy
Pages: 544 (kindle edition)
Review Format: e-book
Purchased Copy.

Mechanicum (Horus Heresy 09) by Graham McNeill - Book Review
20, Dec

 Graham McNeill seems to me the most consistent of all the Black Library authors working on the Horus Heresy series. I put aside Dan Abnett here, whose abilities as a writer I hold in high esteem over the excellent Eisenhorn trilogy. This is the third Heresy novel I’ve read written by McNeill, and it’s the third one I’ve thoroughly enjoyed.

Crown of the Sundered Empire by J. C. Kang – Book Review
14, Dec

Self-Published
Genre: Fantasy, Sword and Sorcery
Pages: 596
Format: ebook
Review Copy: offered me by the author in return for an honest review.

Starsight (Skyward #2) by Brandon Sanderson - Book Review
05, Dec

Skyward was an explosive whirlwind of action, quick dialogue and quirky characters that went immensely deep by the time I reached its closing chapter. Little surprise here, as this is Brandon Sanderson we’re talking about. Starsight, meanwhile, is a different beast altogether, delving into the complexities of the galaxy outside of the human settlement/prison that is Detritus.