Publisher: Aaron/Bach

Book Review : The Last Stand of Mary Good Crow

Book Review : The Last Stand of Mary Good Crow

As I’ve said time and time again, author Rachel Aaron is one of my favorites. She’s on my very short list of authors that I pre-order books for and is always the one I turn to when I need a fun read, as her books never fail to serve as pick-me-up. Despite how much I love the author’s work, I was a little hesitant to pick up The Last Stand […]

Posted June 17, 2022 in Book Reviews, Fantasy
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Book Review : Night Shift Dragons

Book Review : Night Shift Dragons

Night Shift Dragons was a much more enjoyable return to the DFZ than its predecessor Part-Time Gods. Unlike the last book, Night Shift Dragons did not want to make me strangle the heroine the entire time. In this novel, Opal Yong-ae, daughter of the Dragon of Korea, the Great Yong, is finally putting aside her pettiness and inner-spoiled-rich-kid and making amends, at last, with her father. The only problem is […]

Posted July 20, 2020 in Book Reviews, Fantasy
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Book Review : Part-Time Gods

Book Review : Part-Time Gods

It pains me to say this, but I think Part-Time Gods is one of my least favorite novels written by Rachel Aaron. Don’t get me wrong, Part-Time Gods had plenty of great stuff, the characterization of the god of the Detroit-Free Zone, a swoon-worthy main love interest, interesting magical systems, and returns of familiar favorite characters from Nice Dragons Finish Last. So why did I dislike Part-Time Gods so much? […]

Posted June 5, 2020 in Book Reviews, Fantasy
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Book Review : Minimum Wage Magic

Book Review : Minimum Wage Magic

Whenever I’m feeling down or under the weather, Rachel Aaron’s books are a magically fun pick me up. So when I was sick yet again, I turned to her latest novel, Minimum Wage Magic, a standalone based in the same world as The Heartstrikers series. I was more than happy to revisit the DFZ, or the Detroit Free Zone, a place where everything is legal, people have cyber upgrades and […]

Posted March 9, 2019 in Book Reviews, Fantasy
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