The Perfect Assassin by K.A. Doore

Ghadid is a desert city that is built on an economy of trade and water. Neighborhoods ruled by drum chiefs battle for power, yet peace has ruled for several years. So much so that assassinations had been banned during that time because the powers that be believe they were not needed to end conflicts. But... Continue Reading →

Age of Assassins by RJ Barker (Mini Review)

Age of Assassins is a. a complex castle whodunit b. a back/front/side/top/bottom-stabbing political thriller c. magic-laced coming-of-age d. ALL OF THE ABOVE. At first, the premise seems quite simple: an assassin and her apprentice have been brought to the seat of the kingdom to weed out a possible move on the heir. ┬áMaster and second... Continue Reading →

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