Ashleigh Meikle reviews The Burning Chambers by Kate Mosse, a sweeping historical novel set in sixteenth century France.
Kristyn M. Levis reviews the Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian, a dark YA fantasy novel.
Rodney Jensen reviews Montecristo by Martin Suter, translated from the original Swiss version in 2015.
Jan Allerton reviews Drawing Sybylla by Odette Kelada, a novel which combines fantasy, poetry and humour.
Tonile Wortley reviews Two Days Gone, a suspenseful thriller by Randall Silvis.
An oracle, a small town, and a disappearing sea—Robert Fairhead reviews the unconventional Australian novel Dyschronia by Jennifer Mills.
Amanda McLeod reviews Pink Mountain on Locust Island by Jamie Marina Lau, an experimental new novel from Brow Books.
John Mancy writes a thought-provoking review of Daniel Tammet’s Every Word is a Bird we Teach to Sing: Encounters with the Mysteries and Meanings of Language.
If you are a fan of mysteries and thriller tales, then you are in for a treat with Sarah Epstein’s debut novel, Small Spaces.