Miriam Black is back. Irreverent and sardonic as ever. I don’t know how Chuck Wendig manages to find that balance of brash irreverence without taking it too far, but he is a master. I’ll also be honest, while still good, I did have a couple issues with Mockingbird, the second Miram Black book, so I wasn’t sure what to expect...
r/Fantasy Book of the Month
Lisa @ Bookshelf Fantasies says:
- Ace Age of Iron Angry Robot Angus Watson Ann Leckie A Song of Ice and Fire Backlist Burndown Brandon Sanderson Brian McClellan Brian Staveley Christopher Buehlman Del Rey fantasy Fantasy Faction FearlessWomen Friday Firsts George R. R. Martin Gollancz graphic novel Guy Gavriel Kay horror Joe Abercrombie Joe Hill Jo Walton K. J. Parker Kameron Hurley lauren beukes Lev Grossman Marshall Ryan Maresca mary robinette kowal monthly musings Orbit pierce brown Robin Hobb Sarah Lotz science fiction Scott Lynch Stacking the Shelves Throwback Thursday Tor Tough Traveling urban fantasy waiting on wednesday Wesley Chu young adult