Long Bright River by Liz Moore

Two sisters' paths diverge. One getting out of the neighborhood and becoming a police officer. The other unable to get out of the cycle of addiction and poverty. Micky Fitzgerald has patrolled the Kensington neighborhood for several years and even if they don't talk, she looks out for her sister, Kacey. But when a rash... Continue Reading →

Heroes in Crisis by Tom King

This was one of those books that made me question my own reading ability... was I just not getting it or where there too many loose threads strung out there? I loved the concept of directly addressing the mental health of superheroes... but the book just didn't follow through with the message. Shifting timelines and... Continue Reading →

A Beginning at the End by Mike Chen

I read and enjoyed Chen's debut novel Here and Now and Then. It's a fast-paced and emotional read that took a very science-light take on time travel. In A Beginning at the End he writes about a post-apocalyptic world decimated by a terrible influenza epidemic that has killed almost 3/4 of the world's people. Now... Continue Reading →

The Other Magic by Derrick Smythe

The Other Magic starts out as three stories that spiral around each other... Grobennar is a high priest who finds himself losing his power to a rival and only the retrieval of a magical boy might win back the favor of the his boss. Kibure is that young slave who discovers a raw magic inside... Continue Reading →

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