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An Alchemy of Masques and Mirrors

An Alchemy of Masques and Mirrors is my most recent dive into steampunk SFF. Set in a world with floating islands, skyships, clockwork “priests,” musketeers and other French influences, shadow and mirror-related magics, and political maneuvering, this novel was a surprisingly good little adventure. Princess Isabelle des Zephyrs was born with a deformed hand and…

Big Little Lies

I will be moving across the country soon, so I have begun to really look at my bookshelf, book buying habits, and the books that have been on my To Be Read list for ages. All this led to me reading Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty because it has been on my shelf for…

The City We Became

Every city has a soul. New York has five. When a destructive, interplanetary force arrives in New York, the city chooses five residents to be champions of the city’s five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Staten Island. In this first book of the series we meet our champions, the intergalactic antagonist, get a…

Foundryside

Foundryside takes places in Tevanne, a trading city where the old, rich families live in luxury and nearly everyone else lives in slums. The magic in Tevanne relies on sigils and the people who know how they work. These sigils can be inscribed on items to make heavy things float, make weapons stronger, and even…

Nevernight

Nevernight takes place in a world where three suns rarely set and full dark only happens every several years. When Mia was young her father was hanged for treason and her mother was imprisoned. While on the run from those who hurt her family, Mia discovered that she had strange powers over the shadows. She…

A Touch Of Death

A thousand years in the future, humanity has emerged from hiding beneath the Earth to avoid destruction and is slowly rebuilding. Advanced technology and strong laws have given the residents of Cutta a relatively safe and happy life, and although not everyone is satisfied with this life, dissenters are severely punished. Nate Anteros, despite his…