urban fantasy

Grave Visions By Kalayna Price: Review/Giveaway

by Lorie Lewis Ham




It has been a very long wait for the fourth book in the Alex Croft series by Kalayna Price. I was so excited to finally get to read Grave Visions, as this series is one of my favorites! Alex is a grave witch who can communicate with the dead and she primarily talks to the recent dead to find out why and how they died--sometimes for the police, and sometimes for clients who come to her agency.

Magic Shifts By Ilona Andrews

by Jesus Ibarra



The eighth book in this exciting urban fantasy series is in a way a readjustment that cleverly sets up a possible endgame. It adds creative energy into this long-running series by having Kate and Curran break away from the Pack. This book takes that energy and runs with it. Seeing Kate and Curran living away from the Pack and dealing with new problems is so much fun.

Spider’s Trap By Jennifer Estep

by Sharon Tucker



Jennifer Estep’s Elemental Assassin urban fantasy series is quite a ride. If you have been with Gin Blanco on the whole trip detailed in the previous 12 novels in the series, then you have seen her begin as a lone assassin in Spider’s Bite and watched as events in it and her succeeding adventures have brought her to the point where Spider’s Trap, number 13, begins.

Wakeworld by Kerry Schafer

by Lorie Lewis Ham



Wakeworld is the second book in a series about a dreamshifter named Vivian Maylor, whose world was turned upside down in the first book, Between, when she learned what she was and found out about her other nature, that of dragon. There are actually three worlds in this series--Wakeworld, Dreamworld and the Between, and as a dreamshifter Vivian can travel between them all.

Magic and Loss By Nancy A. Collins

by Terrance Mc Arthur



Tate was a normal human female. Well, not THAT normal–she was an artist who worked in meta–—until she moved into Golgotham, the magical and mythical part of Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Then she acquired the ability to make her work come to life and move on its own. She also found love, marrying Hexe, the future Witch King, in Nancy A. Collins’ Golgotham urban fantasy novels (Right Hand Magic, Left Hand Magic).

Dark Currents: Agent of Hel By Jacqueline Carey

by Sharon Tucker



Pemkowet, Michigan may boast a modest population of 3000 residents (excluding tourists during the season), but this scenic resort town is also home to a diverse society living under the radar. Readers may already be familiar with Jacqueline Carey’s lush, disturbing Kushiel books, but in Dark Currents: Agent of Hel, Carey has left Terre d’ Ange and turns to our own twenty-first century.

Devil Said Bang by Richard Kadrey: Book Review/Interview/Giveaway

by Jesus Ibarra


James Stark returns in Devil Said Bang, picking up roughly three months after the events of Aloha From Hell. Stark has had his hands full trying to stay alive and trying to make his way back to LA after being stuck as the reigning Lucifer of Hell. But LA isn’t as Stark left it, his angelic half is running loose, something is eating all the ghosts, and some of the most powerful magic wielding people are planning something big.

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