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Blah, Blah, Blah, Book Blog rated it 1 year ago
Sometimes, the amount of time that passes between when I receive a book from NetGalley and when I have a chance to read it is longer than I’d like. Because of this, I may forget what the book is about or why I selected it. I don’t necessarily think this is a bad thing; I just forge ahead and see wha...
By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it 2 years ago
Very occasionally, in the midst of all the other books, you come across one that feels like it was written literally and specifically for you. An Inheritance of Ashes is one of those books for me. As such–fair warning–the rest of this post is not even going to be remotely unbiased. There are sever...
Inkspot Fancy
Inkspot Fancy rated it 3 years ago
A mixed bag of a book. First, if fanfic is a turnoff for you, be warned there are two stories in here which are basically fanfic, one with the serial numbers filed off and one which relied on the serial numbers to make its point. Maybe it's weird of me, but if I want fanfic, I'll wander the intern...
EricaO rated it 5 years ago
As with most anthologies, there were some stories I enjoyed a great deal, some I couldn't really stomach, and most of the rest fell somewhere in between.I'd read stuff by many of the featured authors but some of the ones I didn't know intrigued me so I have made a note to look into the works of Elle...
B. Morris Allen
B. Morris Allen rated it 6 years ago
Many themed anthologies have difficult sticking to their nominal theme. The more ethereal the theme, the more the stories tend to wander. Most often, they seem in fact to be mere compendia of the stories the editor could dig up, with little in the way of connective tissue. This anthology is no diffe...
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