Book Review: Uprooted

Fantasy with a female lead in the adult (not YA) section? Sign me up. Fantasy with a non-bookworm, impulsive, and emotional female lead? Sign me up even harder. Fantasy that isn’t the beginning of a series and is actually a self-contained story that won’t leave me incredibly frustrated and waiting for years for the cliffhanger…

Nod: An Insomniac’s Nightmare

It’s Day 11 of the 13 Writes of Fright, which means only two more days until Halloween! If you’ve been craving a good book to curl up with while you greet trick or treaters (or just eat all the candy yourself), look no further than Nod by Adrian Barnes, a chilling sci-fi thriller that forces…

Review: The Impossible Fairy Tale

The Impossible Fairy Tale By Han Yujoo, translated from the Korean by Janet Hong Graywolf Press, 2017 I did not think that experimental realistic horror turned challenge-to-the-very-nature-of-storytelling was a genre I was missing from my life, but Han Yujoo proved me wrong. The Impossible Fairy Tale is a story in two parts. The first part…