Tags: Contemporary Fantasy
Review of The Devil in Green

The Devil In Greenby Mark Chadbourn368pp (Trade Paperback)My Rating: 6.5/10Amazon Rating: 3/5LibraryThing Rating: 3.94/5Goodreads Rating: 3.79/5 The Devil In Green is the first book in The Dark Age trilogy by Mark Chadbourn. The Dark Age follows the Age of Misrule trilogy, which tells of the sudden appearance of magic in the world and how it affected humanity. Even though The Devil In Green was just released at the end of May, the middle book (The Queen of Sinister) is already […]

Review of Medicine Road

Medicine Roadby Charles de Lint192pp (Trade Paperback)My Rating: 6/10Amazon Rating: 5/5LibraryThing Rating: 4.24/5Goodreads Rating: 4.15/5 Medicine Road by Charles de Lint was released this year in trade paperback for the first time, as it was previously only available in a more expensive limited edition. It’s a relatively short contemporary fantasy book at just under 200 pages and contains some lovely illustrations by Charles Vess. Although it is part of the Newford series and directly related to another book by de […]

Ysabel Review

Ysabel, by Guy Gavriel Kay, was the first novel by the author I have read. I was fortunate enough to win a copy from Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist, which has a lot of book giveaway contests. This will definitely not be the last of Kay’s novels I read; I almost picked up Tigana the other day but opted to buy a copy of Patrick Rothfuss’s debut novel The Name of the Wind without the Fabio cover instead while I had the […]