REVIEW: Sleepy Hollow by Keith R. A. DeCandido

Hiatus? What hiatus? No need to wait for January for a needed dose of #Ichabbie. If you’re not familiar with Fox’s version of Sleepy Hollow, here’s a short summary: As with Washington Irving’s original, Ichabod Crane meets the Headless Horseman in the eponymous town in the Hudson River Valley. Though in this version, Crane is now a … Continue reading REVIEW: Sleepy Hollow by Keith R. A. DeCandido

REVIEW: City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett

I received this book through Young to Publishing Group’s “Word of Mouth” program for my honest review (Published by Broadway Books, September 9, 2014). This book was excellent: political intrigue, dead gods, a crumbling city, and a female spy as the main character. Sign me up. Not only is our main character, Shara, a bad-ass woman, she’s … Continue reading REVIEW: City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett