After a long, stifling summer here in England, the weather has thankfully taken a turn for the cooler over the past month. Now we're almost through September, and it's finally fall! Or autumn, as you'd have it.
It's Wintersong meets You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone with a distinct Eastern European twist, and reminds me at every turn of The Hazel Wood.
I'm highly impressed by what Indrajit Garai managed to do with three short stories in The Sacrifice, each with the depth to stand alone but together forming a coherent, heartfelt anthology on the lengths ordinary people go to protect what they love.
In preparation for Kingdom of Ash, which hits shelves exactly one month from today, here's a ranking of every SJM book from worst to best.
Ia Cōcha is a clone of Celaena Sardothien, down to the ridiculous name.