Not only does Jess ride all over the Rocky Mountains, but she meets a vibrant cast of characters that carve new niches familiar Western tropes.
Getting into Vasya’s beautiful medieval world is as easy and immersive as falling into a pool of water.
A.Z. Kimrean tears down every genre trope thrown in their path, often with fourth wall-busting quips. Add in the mob boss’s snarky, genre-savvy tween daughter, and you’ve got a recipe for nonstop shootouts when Adrian and Zooey are actively trying to kill each other.
Liu’s writing is heavy on the science with a little dash of fiction.
Foundryside is presenting us not with the standard copy of Merrye Olde Englande, but with classical, sophisticated political states.
… it’s not surprising that the beings who are closest to death also have the most life. It’s even less of a surprise that, in a world where the only organization that is still run by humans is the only one rife with scheming and corruption.
I ordered this online and received half of a science fiction book. The second half…