Keeping with traditions, we will post our separate top 10 reads of 2022 lists throughout January. Well, it might be top 5 in some cases, but all 4 of us had books we’d like to shout about and that’s what’s important. Second up is Jen’s favorite reads of 2022!
The Hunted by Mike Morris
Jen reviews The Hunted, the second book in The Cursed Sword Fantasy series by Mike Morris.
Dyer Street Punk Witches by Phil Williams
Jen and Timy reviews Dyer Street Punk Witches, the latest standalone Urban Fantasy novel from the Ordshaw series by Phil Williams. We also have an extra treat for those who stick around until the end of the review!
Dances of Deception by JC Kang
Jen reviews Dances of Deception, the third book in JC Kang’s epic fantasy series, The Dragon Songs Saga.
The Valkyrie of Vanaheim by Phil Parker
Jen reviews The Valkyrie of Vanaheim, Phil Parker‘s Norse-inspired fantasy novel. Thank you goes out to Phil Parker for the ecopy in exchange for a review! Series: – Genre: contemporary/modern fantasy Date of Publishing: September 25, 2021 Trigger Warnings: death/war crimes/experimentations Page count: 291 Publisher: self-published Frida Ransom has a secret, she is a human/fae hybrid. A lonely one too. As a child, Frida’s mother made sure they lived a solitary existence so no one would discover the truth. The woman’s unexpected death, and a decade-long war with the fae, increased the girl’s isolation.Now, with the war over, humanity and…
Among Thieves by M. J. Kuhn
Jen reviews Among Thieves, the debut Fantasy novel of M. J. Kuhn, published by Gollancz.
The First of Shadows by Deck Matthews
Jen reviews The First of Shadows, the first book in Deck Matthews’s fantasy series, The Riven Realm.
The Girl Who Fell Beneath the Sea by Axie Oh
Jen reviews The Girl Who Fell Beneath the Sea, a stand alone Fantasy YA retelling novel by Axie Oh.
Odder Still by D.N. Bryn
Jen reviews Odder Still, the second book in the These Treacherous Tides Fantasy series by D.N. Bryn.
Bloodlines by Peter Hartog
Jen reviews Bloodlines, the first book in Peter Hartog’s sci-fi/UF series, The Guardian of Empire City.