The cleric Chih is travelling when they find themselves surrounded by three tigers. In order to keep themselves alive through the night, they tell the story of a tiger and her lover.
Everything I read and bought in March!
Here are my anticipated releases for the next three months! This list probably has the least amount of fantasy I've ever included on a list! I have been reading pretty much only fantasy so far this year, so these will be some good options to break it up.
The plan that Tormalin the Oathless and Noon the Fell Witch created in order to save the world backfired, and now the threat is even more imminent. With weakened allies and almost no knowledge of their foe, they start out on a journey to find information that will hopefully turn the tides of a losing battle.
Fitz is born a bastard to the King-in-Waiting, and automatically, he can either become a threat or a tool to the royals. Without much of a choice, he becomes a tool, learning to become an assassin while growing up in a court surrounded by enemies.
Since finishing A Court of Silver Flames, I've been thinking about what I want from the rest of the series. There are projected to be two more full length novels and possibly another novella (at least). I wouldn't say these are predictions necessarily, so they won't be backed up with facts from the series, but these are just some things I would like to see. As I was writing these points out, it really started to sound like I am dragging this series...which I'm totally not! It is still one of my favorites and SJM is one of my favorite writers, but no series is perfect.
Fantasy, 336 pages, published in 2020 El must navigate Scholomance, the deadly school for those with magic. But in a setting where allies are key, El has always been an outsider with no one to rely on. Spoiler Free Review: ★★★ Before I say anything, I want to point you to this article about racism…
A retelling of Dracula's brides that spans centuries and countries.
The conclusion of the story of the Sun Queen and the Blood Queen.
I have been skipping some reviews lately, especially on books I don't have a ton of thoughts on. I don't like leaving books unreviewed, so here are some quick reviews for books I've read since the beginning of the year!