Category Archives: Fantasy

Monstress Volume 2 by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda

Where Monstress Volume 1 felt more of a cypher than a full tale, Volume 2 solidifies the story while never giving away too much of the lore. The art work, as always, is breathtaking; more than a pretty face, the … Continue reading

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Age of Swords by Michael J. Sullivan

Book two in the Legends of the First Empire continues exactly where the previous book left off and moves on with the plot without wasting time reiterating events. Personally I like this approach in book series where the author is … Continue reading

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The Little Red Wolf by Amélie Fléchais

This is one of the most enchanting children’s books I’ve come across in quite awhile. The illustrations are breathtaking and the story is a completely original and very unique take on Little Red Riding Hood. With each page, I kept … Continue reading

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Heathen by Natasha Alterici

So much works for Atasha Alterici’s Heathen: wonderfully distinct storytelling, engaging characters, and beautiful illustrations you just want to stare at and explore. I’ve seen a lot of comparisons to Disney here (despite the very adult premise) and I completely … Continue reading

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Bravelands by Erin Hunter

It would be really hard to not enjoy Bravelands. We have an intrepid hero in the form of a brave lion cub, plenty of interesting side characters (from elephants to baboons, and a story with many places it can go … Continue reading

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Fatemarked by David Estes

Fantasy lovers at late have been almost spoiled with a plethora of well written fantasy with excellent world building and interesting characters. Based on this I jumped into Fatemarked with quite some enthusiasms. Unfortunately while some elements within were interesting, … Continue reading

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Elfquest The Final Quest Volume 3 by Wendy and Richard Pini

Volume 3 is clearly going to be about Cutter’s ‘discovery’ from the end of volume 2 – and as such, this volume more than the others is about the emotion rather than the action. But Strongbow, Rayek, and others also … Continue reading

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