For me, James Lloyd Dulin weaves themes into a story in such a way that you come away from every chapter thinking about something and this is such an incredible strength. No Safe Haven continued to have a theme of colonization and the harsh realities of that from the view of those oppressed, anger and how to manage that emotion, and balance.
I sat down and read through over half of the book in one go, I couldn’t put it down. The prose is beautifully descriptive without being overly flowery. I’d find myself going back and letting certain lines sink in and ruminate before moving on.
Join host Adrian M. Gibson, author Connor M. Caplan and podcasters Sara Carothers and Lilly Ellison (co-hosts of Fiction Fans podcast) as they look ahead at the year to come. During the panel they lay out some reading habits they’d like to change, share a few books from their TBR piles that they want to read ASAP, discuss their most anticipated upcoming 2023 releases, rave about Terry Pratchett/Discworld, The Princess Switch movies and more.