Dark, witty and ironic, ‘Good Omens’ is a brilliant read. This should come as no surprise, given that its authors are both creative geniuses.
This audiobook recording is brilliant. The casting is fabulous and the performances are outstanding, making this an excellent listening experience which is entertaining and thought-provoking at the same time.
’Good Omens’ ticks all the boxes for the perfect dark comic fantasy.
This is an interesting Arthurian dark fantasy tale that explores the relationship between Arthur and Morgan. Told from Morgan’s point of view, the reader is treated to a very different perception of Arthur than that told by the more popular legends.
The opening paragraph is stunning, and most of the writing is quite good, so the prescence of some fairly basic errors was disappointing. A careful proofreading and edit would make a significant difference to the finished quality of the story.
Overall, the story is quite enjoyable.
The third in Stanhope’s Paranormal Peacekeepers fantasy series, ‘Blood Relic’ continues the story of Alice’s journey of discovery of her nature and the powers she possesses.
Conflicted and more sure if what she does not want than what she does, Alice finds herself assigned to a mission that threatens her with her deepest fears. The challenges she faces and the fears she is forced to confront test her character and push her limits more than ever before.
This story is well developed and effectively paced, keeping the reader engaged with the action and intrigued by the twists and turns. With a master stroke of plot development, the reader is a left wondering how the story will be resolved until the very last page.
‘Blood Relic’ is an excellent paranormal romance read, and has been awarded a Good Acorn.
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See my reviews of the first two books in the series, Tainted Waters and Feral
If you have ever suspected that the ‘happy ever after’ of fairy tales wasn’t actually true?
This is a dark fantasy sequel to Cinderella that brings with it a very different set of premises than those suggested by the ending of the popular children’s fairy tale.
Written with dark humour and a strong sense of irony, this is a fairy tale for the cynical and subversive.
An entertaining short read, ‘Lady Of The Mist’ has been awarded a Silver Acorn.
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