Book Reviews by Genre

*Note: These are broad umbrella-esque categories. For instance, the fantasy/sci-fi genre category will include epic/high/dystopian/steampunk/etc. Magical realism books can be found under general fiction (Rushdie, for example). Some books are multi-genre, but I just went with what fit best. I do hope to add more detailed categorization in the future.

Fantasy/Sci-Fi:
Ahdieh, Renee - The Wrath and the Dawn
Akers, W.M. - Westside
Blake, Kendare - Three Dark Crowns
Brodsky, Jordanna Max - The Wolf in the Whale
Brooks, Elliot - Peace and Turmoil
Boffard, Rob - Adrift










Tahir, Sabaa - An Ember in the Ashes
Tahir, Sabaa - A Torch Against the Night
Taylor, Laini - Daughter of Smoke and Bone
Taylor, Laini - Muse of Nightmares
Teller, Jesse - Song
Teller, Jesse - Hemlock 
Teller, Jesse - Crown
Teller, Jesse - Legend of the Exiles
Thompson, Tade - Rosewater
Thompson, Tade - The Rosewater Insurrection
Tracy, William C. - Merchants and Maji
Turner, Megan Whalen - The Thief
Wallace, Kali - Salvation Day
Warwick, Alexandria - The Demon Race
Weber, Mary - To Best the Boys
Wendig, Chuck - Wanderers
Williams, Phil - Under Ordshaw
Winters, Ben H. - Golden State
Wolf, Deborah A. - The Dragon's Legacy
Woolliscroft, D.P. - Kingshold
Woolliscroft, D.P. - Tales of Kingshold
Woolliscroft, D.P. - Ioth, City of Lights
Vyleta, Dan - Smoke
Yongo, Micah - Lost Gods
Young, Adrienne - Sky in the Deep


Dillon, Patrick - Ithaca
Faber, Michel - The Crimson Petal and the White
Fine, Sarah - Of Metal and Wishes
White, Kiersten - And I Darken

General Fiction:
Abrams, J.J. & Doug Dorst - S
Atwood, Margaret - Hag-Seed
Blundell, Judy - The High Season

Nonfiction:
Berkovits, Annette Libeskind - Confessions of an Accidental Zoo Curator 
Mystery/Thriller:
Courtney, Brian - Off the Grid: The Catalyst
Davis, David and Andra St. Ivanyi - The Academy Alignment
Derchansky, Rafael - Corridor One
Kirman, Robin - Bradstreet Gate
Richardson, A.H. - Murder in Little Shendon
Yates, Christopher J - Grist Mill Road

Horror: 
Kurtagich, Dawn - And the Trees Crept In

Dystopia:


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