Ever After by Kim Harrison. (Urban Fantasy novel, 2013).
Yep, here I am, as usual getting into an ongoing series long after its debut. In this case, 635 more words
Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman (Myth-Based Story Collection, 2017).
In his new book, the incomparable Neil Gaiman (a multiple award winner and best selling author in a variety of genres) faces the challenge of converting the often fragmentary surviving myths from the Viking Era into a series of connected short stories accessible to modern readers (rather than the more common and somewhat dry ‘scholarly’ translations that have come before). 553 more words