From Ashley Brennan: Here are some of the FanFiAddict team’s thoughts on Reign & Ruin, the official synopsis, and our final rating. I have enjoyed discovering many new authors through this competition. J.D. Evans is one of those authors. Reign & Ruin is filled with political intrigue, romance, and a well crafted magic system.
The Hand that Casts the Bone is a fantastic sequel, closing the door on any feared second book syndrome with its highly recognizable characters, fascinating plot, and outstanding characterization.
The Last Gifts of the Universe is a fairly short sci-fi novel (203 pages) and yet it is filled with so much heart.
The Outworlder was a wonderful blend of science fiction and fantasy.
The World Breaker Requiem has a pulse of its own. Tarzian paints a twisted and melancholic picture, revealing its dark secrets and simmering menace with the utmost patience.
Mickey7, an “expendable,” refuses to let his replacement clone Mickey8 take his place.
Cassondra Windwalker’s poetic roots are on display here as she weaves layers of meaning into her writing, immersing the reader within a maddening tale of death defying obsession.
Light Years From Home is first and foremost a beautifully crafted family drama set within a world where aliens do exist and there is an intergalactic war happening in the vast reaches of space. This is for everyone wondering what happens to those we leave behind, especially those who are picking up the pieces.
The World Maker Parable, by self-published author Luke Tarzian, is a prequel novella to his full-length debut Vultures. Set in the same world as Vultures, this novella is the first in his Adjacent Monsters series.
Come discover the 2022 SFF novellas that are most anticipated.
Reflecting on my favorite books of the year is one of my favorite December activities. Here are my top 10 reads in 2021.
This Is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone – a Hugo, Nebula, and Locus award winner – is one of my favorite reads of 2021.