By Imperial Decree by Angel Martinez Marsh Kensinger’s work as the utility mechanic for Bremen Station keeps his life interesting – but never quite as interesting as finding a pilot still hidden inside a hibernation drawer in what should have been a salvage craft. He knows he shouldn’t get involved, ... more >
It’s 1919, but in Edenfall, Pennsylvania, the Great War is not over — not for Vasilisa, at least. Papa is presumed dead, Mama is being courted by an absolute ogre, and now Babka, her beloved grandma, has had a bad spell. Or has she fallen under one? Only the Old ... more >
Dear M.R. Carey: I gave the first book in this series, The Book of Koli, a high B, and was optimistic that some of the issues I had with the book would be less of a problem in the sequels. Happily, I was correct. NOTE: this review contains lots of ... more >
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Today we serve up our final post in our five-part Bridgerton discussion series. You can find the first four posts here: Part I is centered on the show’s worldbuilding and production values, on its treatment of race, and on Lady Whistledown. Part II focuses on the show’s matriarchs–the queen, Lady ... more >
Paper Moon meets the Blitz in this original black comedy, set in World War II England, chronicling an unlikely alliance between a small time con artist and a young orphan evacuee. When Noel Bostock—aged ten, no family—is evacuated from London to escape the Nazi bombardment, he lands in a suburb ... more >