Dragged to a magical kingdom for the murder of a faerie, Feyre discovers that her captor, his face obscured by a jewelled mask, is hiding far more than his piercing green eyes would suggest.
This week, the Book Geeks are joined by Jordan to discuss changes to Amazon's marketplace, a hilarious almost-shooting at Phoenix comic-com, and the first book of Mark Lawrence's new series, Red Sister.
...the mistresses of sword and shadow don’t truly understand what they have purchased when Nona Grey is brought to their halls as a bloodstained child of eight, falsely accused of murder: guilty of worse.
When it comes to the magical ruling body known as the White Council, Harry keeps his nose clean and his head down. For years, the Council has held a death mark over Harry's head. He's still thought of as a black sheep by some and as a sacrificial lamb by others. But none regard him with more suspicion and disdain than Morgan, a veteran Warden with a grudge against anyone who bends the rules.
Dani and Greg discuss 13 Reasons Why being banned from a school district, early release excerpt chapters, and Katherine Arden's The Bear and the Nightingale.
"I can help you." "Can you? A girl child? Half blooded and untrained? You know nothing of love or battle or magic. How exactly can you help me, Vasilisa Petrovna?" Author: Katherine Arden Category: Fantasy, Fairy Tale Pages: 322 Publication Date: January 10th, 2017 Don't miss this week's podcast discussion on this book! In The … Continue reading The Bear and the Nightingale
Ella Patel – thief, con-artist and smuggler – is in the wrong place at the wrong time. With the Prophus assigned to help her seemingly wanting to stab her in the back, and the enemy Genjix hunting her, Ella must also deal with Io’s annoying inferiority complex. To top it all off, Ella thinks the damn alien voice in her head is trying to get her killed.
This week Dani and Greg discuss a KFC romance novel, Andy Weir's upcoming book, and opinions about Rick Riordan's newest book, The Dark Prophecy.
Zeus has punished his son Apollo—god of the sun, music, archery, poetry, and more—by casting him down to earth in the form of a gawky, acne-covered sixteen-year-old mortal named Lester. The only way Apollo can reclaim his rightful place on Mount Olympus is by restoring several Oracles that have gone dark.
"One thought circled in his head like the black birds swirling about the mountain peaks. They must be stopped." Author: John Gwynne Category: Epic Fantasy Pages: 640 Publication Date: July 22nd, 2014 I like this book a little more than I did the first book, Malice. It is starting to seem like less of of … Continue reading Valor (The Faithful and the Fallen #2)