Posts Categorized: Dark Fantasy

Sep 09
Review: Shifting Shadows: Stories from the World of Mercy Thompson by Patricia Briggs

Review: Shifting Shadows: Stories from the World of Mercy Thompson by Patricia Briggs

Fans of Patricia Briggs’ Mercy Thompson series will be delighted with SHIFTING SHADOWS, a new anthology featuring stories set in Mercy’s world! Mercy is not necessarily featured in many of the stories, but readers will enjoy the insights each story gives into various characters we have met along the way… Read more »

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Jul 17
Review: Bound by Night by Larissa Ione #COYER

Review: Bound by Night by Larissa Ione #COYER

Nicole Martin bears the scars from the vampire slave uprising at her childhood home. Nicole has been thrown into the role of CEO of her family’s company, Daedalus. She has some very predetermined ideas about vampires- but all that is about to change when she is kidnapped by a vampire. … Read more »

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Jun 26
Review: King of the Dead by Joseph Nassisse

Review: King of the Dead by Joseph Nassisse

Jeremiah Hunt, Denise Clearwater, and Dmitri Alexandrov have been living on the run for three months, staying just one step ahead of the FBI. The FBI believes that Jeremiah is the dangerous serial killer known as the Reaper but Jeremiah, Denise, and Dmitri know the truth- it was darker, supernatural… Read more »

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May 25
Review: Blood Oranges by Kathleen Tierney and Caitlin R. Kiernan

Review: Blood Oranges by Kathleen Tierney and Caitlin R. Kiernan

Siobhan Quinn is a survivor. She is a junkie who did whatever it took to stay alive and get her next fix until she saw her friend eaten by a ghoul. Once Quinn realized there were monsters in the world, she found a purpose- and began hunting down and killing… Read more »

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May 08
Review: The Death Skull by Cassiel Knight

Review: The Death Skull by Cassiel Knight

Marisol “Mari” Asheni isn’t used to working with humans, but she’s being forced to adjust due to the changes in Mikos’ life (see KEY OF SOLOMON for more details). The Archangel Michael has an assignment for Mari that involves her pairing with human Jackson McKay. Their mission: find the Mayan Death… Read more »

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May 02
Review: Written in Red by Anne Bishop

Review: Written in Red by Anne Bishop

Humans and the Others live side by side in an uneasy coexistence where humans know that one wrong move could result in their extinction by the Others. Meg Corbyn, a cassandra sangue, is an oddity in this world. As a blood prophet, she is valued as property by some wealthy… Read more »

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Apr 11
Review: Season of the Witch by Natasha Mostert

Review: Season of the Witch by Natasha Mostert

Gabriel Blackstone is arrogant enough to think he is almost invincible. Gabriel is a computer hacker but he also has an “extra” ability- the ability to “slam a ride” through the remote viewing of another.  When he meets William Whittington, he is expecting another data retrieval/theft project. Instead, Whittington asks… Read more »

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Mar 24
Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

Funerals are often a time for reminiscing… particularly about a childhood long forgotten. A middle aged man visits the home of his childhood friend, Lettie Hempstock, and stares out at the pond Lettie insisted was an ocean. He remembers their sudden friendship as well as the darkness that Lettie, her… Read more »

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