"Part psychological thriller, part exploration of human nature and morality Louise Doughty has written a true page turner. From the streets of London to the murder trial in the Old Bailey the story is gripping. I’d definitely recommend this as a fast-paced, sometime perplexing read which would suit lovers of thrillers and crime fiction alike." @Mandi Johnston (TBYL)

"Part psychological thriller, part exploration of human nature and morality Louise Doughty has written a true page turner. From the streets of London to the murder trial in the Old Bailey the story is gripping. I’d definitely recommend this as a fast-paced, sometime perplexing read which would suit lovers of thrillers and crime fiction alike." @Mandi Johnston (TBYL)

The Undivided (Riftrunners: Book 1) by Jennifer Fallon ~ Urban Fantasy Book Review by Mulluane - on October 14, 2013 - Rating: 3.0

The Undivided (Riftrunners: Book 1) by Jennifer Fallon ~ Urban Fantasy Book Review by Mulluane - on October 14, 2013 - Rating: 3.0

"Of course I’m sane, when trees start talking to me, I don’t talk back." - "The Light Fantastic" by Terry Pratchett, Discworld #2

"Of course I’m sane, when trees start talking to me, I don’t talk back." - "The Light Fantastic" by Terry Pratchett, Discworld #2

Urban fantasy takes a walk on the wild side in Silver, the remarkable debut novel from Rhiannon Held. Andrew Dare is a werewolf. He’s the enforcer for the Roanoke pack, and…  read more at Kobo.

Urban fantasy takes a walk on the wild side in Silver, the remarkable debut novel from Rhiannon Held. Andrew Dare is a werewolf. He’s the enforcer for the Roanoke pack, and… read more at Kobo.

Cover of the BERLIN WERWOLF - BLUTSBRÜDER novel, first book of an urban fantasy serial from Berlin.

Cover of the BERLIN WERWOLF - BLUTSBRÜDER novel, first book of an urban fantasy serial from Berlin.

Chosen by Benedict Jacka is the fourth Alex Verus urban fantasy novel, and reveals more about Alex's past apprenticeship to a Dark mage.

Chosen by Benedict Jacka is the fourth Alex Verus urban fantasy novel, and reveals more about Alex's past apprenticeship to a Dark mage.

"It's a sad, elegiac story, one that has a tone and texture suited to its subject matter: a dreamy journey, repetitive and searching as lost memory. The Buried Giant is a slow, patient novel, decidedly unshowy but deliberate and precise—easy to read but difficult to forget. " Publishers Weekly

"It's a sad, elegiac story, one that has a tone and texture suited to its subject matter: a dreamy journey, repetitive and searching as lost memory. The Buried Giant is a slow, patient novel, decidedly unshowy but deliberate and precise—easy to read but difficult to forget. " Publishers Weekly

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