A Court of Wings and Ruin | book review

After fooling the King of Hybern and her former lover Tamlin, Feyre is back in the Spring Court. Though she is pretending to be freed of Rhys and happily back with Tamlin, she's anything but: rather, she is to be a spy, learning everything she can about Hybern's next moves while simultaneously planting seeds of distrust among Tamlin's Court. But . . .

Tender is the Flesh | book review

When a virus wipes out the animal population of the world, cannibalism becomes legal. Humans are bred and farmed for mass consumption. “Special meat,” it’s called. Marcos, who works at a processing plant, tries not to think about what he’s doing—tries not to think about the “heads” (not humans—they’re not called that anymore) that he’s . . .

A Court of Thorns and Roses | book review

Ever since her family lost their fortune , Feyre has been taking care of her father and two sisters. That includes hunting in the forests near her house to provide food—most critical in the winter months when no kill means no food on the table. So when a wolf threatens to steal her doe, she kills both. Only the wolf was actually a faerie, and now Feyre . . .

The Song of Achilles | book review

Patroclus is a nobody in Greece – an unextraordinary boy, a disappointing son to a King. After a tragic accident, Patroclus is exiled to the kingdom of Phthia, expected to train and become a member of Phthia’s army in exchange for food and shelter. There, he meets and catches the eye of Prince Achilles – son of the king and child of a goddess. Achilles is . . .