A study in edges, where Faerieland meets big city, where drug addiction meets magic, where homelessness meets whimsy.
I dust my hands of this nonsense.
A swift, fun read with plenty of twists and surprises, cunning strategic moves, and touching moments between characters.
I recommend this book. I just do. But it's especially appropriate for lovers of faerie fantasy, political intrigue, brutal, bloody struggles, and powerful women.
I recommend Scythe for readers who enjoy thoughtful philosophical exploration, grim reaper aesthetic, subtle dystopia, and clever plot twists.
I recommend Sabriel for readers who like somewhat dark things with a bright twist and who like intelligent, capable female characters.
I would recommend The Traitor's Game for readers who like quick romances, enemies-to-lovers paradigms, and spy thrillers in a fantasy setting.
This narrative is a wide-eyed, stark look at how tyrants rise to power in the real world.
I can go along reading it for quite some time before it’ll do something to irritate me.
David Wong takes chaos and makes it relatable, in a dark and humorous way.