The Die of Death By Kenneth B...

Posted February 24, 2020 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
The Die of Death By Kenneth B. Andersen @K_B_Andersen

Synopsis: Philip’s adventures as the Devil’s apprentice have changed him—in a good way. Although he misses his friends in Hell, he has made new friends in life. But when the future of the underworld is threatened once again, Philip’s help is needed. Death’s Die has been stolen and immortality is spreading across the globe. Philip […]

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Mageborn by Jessica Thorne @Je..

Posted February 20, 2020 by midnightreview in Reviews / 1 Comment
Mageborn by Jessica Thorne @JessThorneBooks @bookouture

Synopsis The room is small and dark. Row upon row of jars line the shelves, each one sealed with blood-red wax. The seal’s mark is a twisted circle of briar with gleaming, gold-tipped thorns. And in each jar a flicker of forbidden magic dances… beautiful, but deadly. Sold to the Crown in the aftermath of […]

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House of Earth and Blood, Cres..

Posted February 3, 2020 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
House of Earth and Blood, Crescent City by Sarah J Maas – A Netgalley extract review

Synopsis: #1 New York Times bestselling author Sarah J. Maas launches her brand-new CRESCENT CITY series with House of Earth and Blood: the story of half-Fae and half-human Bryce Quinlan as she seeks revenge in a contemporary fantasy world of magic, danger, and searing romance. Bryce Quinlan had the perfect life—working hard all day and […]

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The Unlikely Escape of Uriah H..

Posted February 3, 2020 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep by H.G. Parry @hg_parry @orbitbooks @Tr4cyF3nt0n

Synopsis: The ultimate book-lover’s fantasy, featuring a young scholar with the power to bring literary characters into the world, for fans of The Magicians, Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore, and The Invisible Library. For his entire life, Charley Sutherland has concealed a magical ability he can’t quite control: he can bring characters from books into the real world. His older […]

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The Children of Never (A War P..

Posted January 27, 2020 by midnightreview in Reviews / 1 Comment
The Children of Never (A War Priests of Andrak Saga) by Christian Warren Freed #TheChildrenofNever #WarPriestsofAndrakSaga @ChristianWFreed @damppebbles #damppebblesblogtours

The war priests of Andrak have protected the world from the encroaching darkness for generations. Stewards of the Purifying Flame, the priests stand upon their castle walls each year for 100 days. Along with the best fighters, soldiers, and adventurers from across the lands, they repulse the Omegri invasions. But their strength wanes and evil […]

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Vile by Keith Crawford @LoveBo..

Posted January 25, 2020 by midnightreview in Book Talk / 0 Comments
Vile by Keith Crawford @LoveBooksTours @keithcrawford77

Today I am delighted to be bringing you a guest post from Keith Crawford about writing. First though a synopsis of his book Vile. Elianor Paine is a Magistrate of the Peace in the Kingdom of Trist and a republican secret agent. She has 6 days to subvert her investigation, supplant war-hero Lord Vile, then coerce […]

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The Shadow Saint by Gareth Han..

Posted January 13, 2020 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
The Shadow Saint by Gareth Hanrahan @mytholder @orbitbooks

Synopsis Thieves, dangerous magic, and a weapon built with the power to destroy a god clash in this second novel of Gareth Hanrahan’s acclaimed epic fantasy series, The Black Iron Legacy. Enter a city of spires and shadows . . . The Gutter Miracle changed the landscape of Guerdon forever. Six months after it was […]

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