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January Reading Wrap-Up

It has been a slow start to the year in terms of reading. I’m still struggling through The Mammoth Book of Steampunk Stories and that was after reading a particular story that bored me so bad I couldn’t read more haha. 785 more words


Review: After Atlas

Title: After Atlas (2016)
Author: Emma Newman
Pages: 384

Planetfall (2015) has stuck in my mind since reading it last year. It had a haunting quality that I could not shake. 318 more words


ARC Review: Brother's Ruin

The year is 1850 and Great Britain is flourishing, thanks to the Royal Society of the Esoteric Arts. When a new mage is discovered, Royal Society elites descend like buzzards to snatch up a new apprentice. 332 more words


24 Great Books in 2016: Day Seven

Before I start this post, I feel like I should point out that I am a MASSIVE Emma Newman fan. I fangirl so hard over her and her books, because she is genuinely one of the loveliest people I’ve ever met and her books are so interesting. 523 more words


Book Review: A Little Knowledge by Emma Newman

Fourth in the Split Worlds series, and in some ways a brand new start after the original trilogy (Between Two Thorns,  Any Other Name… 822 more words



One of the best things about speculative fiction is that it gives us a different perspective on our present lives, sometimes by taking a trend or development that already exists and extending or expanding it, sometimes by creating a different world which mirrors ours in some ways and differs in others.   618 more words

Planetfall by Emma Newman

It’s been a few months since I read Planetfall and I still have mixed feelings about the book. I want to love it, in fact I love parts of it, and my feelings about the story itself are still quite jumbled around… 522 more words