Cobweb Bride (Cobweb Bride Trilogy, #1)
Publisher: Norilana Books
Pages no: 293
, Science Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Alternate History
I have to start out by saying that I don't really like romantic crap and I admit that I didn't read the full write-up (or any of the reviews, no matter how much I love to read what Katy Sozaeva has to say) for fear of people giving away too much or me having a preconceived notion - but I loved this ...
What a great ending! Finished last night and keep thinking about it. Review coming Friday, here and at Fantasy is More Fun
Arc provided by NetgalleyA really interesting premise -- what if Death took a holiday, leaving mortally injured humans and animals to wander about chill and chilling to behold? This worked to great effect in Jose Saramago's Death with Interruptions (Death in human form was a she, in that one), and i...
LOVED this! At first glance I thought it would be a cute retelling of the Persephone myth but it was infinitely more. It's filled with complex and intriguing characters whose story lines intertwine (after a while so don't expect a breakneck pace. Trust me, it's worth the simmer when you finally get ...
Originally posted at The BiblioSanctum:I have to praise Nazarian's artistry when it comes to the written word. She seems to enjoy the language and it felt like she was painting with her words. But after about thirty pages, it started to very much feel like the canvas was growing much larger than nec...