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The Candle and The Flame by Nafiza Azad

Wow. Friggin’ wow. The Candle and The Flame was instantly put on my TBR. Not just because it’s a Middle-Eastern inspired fantasy (my favourite). But because of the magic system and the glorious world-building, a magical version of the communities along the Silk Road. Fatima has dealt with a lot, despite still just being a teenager. She lives with her sister and travels across the multicultural city of Noor as a messenger. And while her life seems to be settling into something  ...

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The Storm Crow by Kalyn Josephson

I was provided an early copy of The Storm Crow by Sourcebooks Fire and Midas PR in exchange for an honest review and as part of The Storm Crow Blog Tour. This in no way shapes my opinion. But it’s fine because I gave The Storm Crow five stars! While definitely a slow paced novel, this  ...

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Furyborn by Claire Legrand

Why did this book take me so long to read? Furyborn was a quick grab at Sourcebooks Fire’s table at YALC last year. I already owned a proof I received during a trade, but that cover was calling my name. There’s nothing like a strong fantasy cover to draw you in. I know you’re  ...

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We Hunt The Flame by Hafsah Faizal

I have been waiting for this book since it was announced. As you may know, my favourite kind of fantasies are ones that inspired by real life locations and cultures. It’s why I love Venetian-inspired Nevernight and Egyptian-inspired City of Brass. Middle-Eastern inspired fantasies written  ...

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Viper by Bex Hogan

What a quiet little loud book. Don’t know what I mean by that? Well, to me, Viper is one of those books that seems to have passed under the radar of a lot of fantasy lovers. Why? UKYA doesn’t have a big market for fantasy, and it blows my mind. This book had great publicity, a  ...

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