Tag: fantasy

Review: Endsinger, Jay Kristoff

Review: Endsinger, Jay Kristoff

Jay Kristoff’s Lotus War trilogy comes to its epic conclusion in Endsinger. How do I write this review without gushing about how much I loved this series? I’m not sure that’s possible. The Lotus Guild and what remains of the Shogun’s samurai are hell-bent on wiping out what’s left of… Read more »

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Review: Soulwoven, Jeff Seymour

Review: Soulwoven, Jeff Seymour

Soulwoven is a proper old-school high-fantasy, complete with dragons, swords and sorcery. Brothers Cole and Litnig each have strange dreams that lead them to an awful discovery. The heart dragon statue at the temple has been broken, the soulweavers guarding it butchered. If the other heart dragons are broken, the great… Read more »

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Review: Daughters of the Storm, Kim Wilkins

Review: Daughters of the Storm, Kim Wilkins

Bluebell, warrior and heir to the throne has been called back to the Royal city with her four sisters – their father, King Aelthric, has fallen ill, into a strange troubled coma. The five princesses set out on a secret journey to find a cure for this strange affliction. Meanwhile,… Read more »

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Review: The Book of Days, KA Barker

Review: The Book of Days, KA Barker

Tuesday wakes up in the Unreality House with no memory of her past. She is given clothes and supplies to make her way in the world and told to forget about finding out about her previous life, but she’s desperate to find out who she might have been before ending… Read more »

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Review: Talon, Julie Kagawa

Review: Talon, Julie Kagawa

This is Philippa and Angelya’s joint audio review for Julie Kagawa’s new young adult book, Talon. The review is an extract from episode 16 of Tea in the Treetops Podcast, originally recorded on November 12, 2014. You can find links to all our podcast episodes on the main podcast page. Quotes… Read more »

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Review: The Wonder of All Things, Jason Mott

Review: The Wonder of All Things, Jason Mott

Jason Mott introduces us to another fantastic idea. In The Returned he imagined a world where our dead come back to us. Now in The Wonder of All Things he explores the idea of a modern day miracle worker; a healer – and the ramifications that occur when the world… Read more »

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Review: Snow Like Ashes, Sara Raasch

Review: Snow Like Ashes, Sara Raasch

This is Philippa’s and Angelya’s joint review of Snow Like Ashes. This is an excerpt from Episode 14 of Tea in the Treetops podcast, recorded on September 26, 2014. You can find links to all our podcast episodes on the main podcast page. Philippa’s rating – – I loved this… Read more »

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Review: Stray, Elissa Sussman

Review: Stray, Elissa Sussman

In a fairy tale world, the Princess Aislynn is determined to stay on “The Path”, meet her prince charming and get her ever after.  Instead things go very wrong and she finds herself redirected into the order of the fairy godmothers.  Here in the service of another princess she starts… Read more »

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Review: The Bone Whistle, KB Hoyle

Review: The Bone Whistle, KB Hoyle

Welcome to Tea in the Treetops’ stop on The Bone Whistle blog tour! You can find other reviews and lots of other things about the book at the other blogs in the tour, listed on the official tour page at The Writer’s Coffee Shop. I’ve been looking forward to reading… Read more »

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