Received in December

The following are the books, movies, television shows, etc. I received last month for review and/or giveaways:

Mystery Boxes:
TeeBlox

Amazon / 47North:
Buzz Kill by David Sosnowski

Disney Hyperion:
If We Were Giants by Dave Matthews
Super Adjacent by Crystal Cestari
Race to the Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse
Midnight on Strange Street by K. E. Ormsbee
Incendiary by Zoraida Cordova
Elysium Girls by Kate Pentecost
Say Her Name by Zetta Elliott
The Incredibly Dead Pets of Rex Dexter by Aaron Reynolds

Hachette Books / Jo Fletcher Books:
Wyntertide: Rotherweird Book II
Harlequin / Inkyard Press:
Runemaker by Alex R. Kahler

Independent:
XHOSETI: AD 2492 by Robert J Stephens
XHOSETI: MOON by Robert J Stephens

Inkyard Press:
The Sound of Stars by Alechia Dow

Macmillan Children’s / Imprint:
All the Stars and Teeth by Adalyn Grace

Penguin Young Readers / Penguin Teen:
Aughra’s Wisdom of Thra (Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal) by J. M. Lee
Shadows of the Dark Crystal #1 (Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal) by J. M. Lee
Heroes of the Resistance: A Guide to the Characters of The Dark Crystal by J. M. Lee

Random House / Delacorte Press:
Starsight by Brandon Sanderson
Real Pigeons Fight Crime by Andrew McDonald

Reflector Entertainment:
Genesis: Book One of the Genesis Trilogy by Layton Green

Scholastic:
The Midnight Hour by Benjamin Read

Shadow Mountain:
Wizard for Hire: Magic Required by Obert Skye

St Martin’s Press:
The God Game by Danny Tobey

Subterranean Press:
The Postutopian Adventures of Darger and Surplus by Michael Swanwick
Jack by Connie Willis
Unexpected Stories by Octavia E. Butler

Tor / Tor.com / Forge:
Network Effect by Martha Wells
The Order of the Pure Moon Reflected in Water by Zen Cho
Flyaway by Kathleen Jennings
Riot Baby by Tochi Onyebuchi
Deal with the Devil: A Mercenary Librarians Novel by Kit Rocha
Harrow the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir
Burn the Dark: Malus Domestica #1 by S. A. Hunt
Remembrance by Rita Woods

Box Review: TeeBlox

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Book Giveaway: Race to the Sun

Courtesy of Disney Hyperion, I have a copy of Race to the Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse for one lucky winner!

Contest is open to US residents only. No PO Boxes please. To enter, just fill out the form below. Contest ends January 17. I’ll draw a name on January 18, and notify winner via email.

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Fantasy Book Review: Adventurers Guild: Night of Dangers

Adventurers Guild: Night of Dangers by by Zack Loran Clark and Nick Eliopulos

Synopsis:
After falling victim to a vile betrayal, Zed is cut off from Brock and their friends and unable to warn them about a dangerous enemy on the move. The Adventurers Guild may have defeated the evil that cast the elves from their home, but that doesn’t keep them in the Freestoners’ good graces for long.

An ordinary day at the market comes to a fatal end when a rare Danger infiltrates the city, leaving over a dozen dead. Tensions come to a boil as the city is threatened by upheaval from within and becomes alight with terror. Brock finds himself frustratingly unable to utilize his underground contacts…though the mysterious Lady Grey may not be finished with him yet.

To come together to save their city from a timeless evil looking to settle a score, the young adventurers must learn to trust in each other again and be willing to do whatever it takes to stop the tragedy of the Day of Dangers from happening again.

Review:
Night of Dangers is the 3 and final book in the Adventurers Guild trilogy. As in the previous novels, the narrative switches between Zed and Brock. However, poor Zed is lost in a limbo-like state and can’t communicate with his friends. And Brock has no idea why his friend is acting so different.

This installment is the most exciting yet. Zed searches for a way to communicate to his friends before time runs out for him and the whole city. There are several fun twists along the way that are unpredictable and keep the story moving. The suspense and intrigue builds to a big, satisfying finale. I only wish this was a longer series, as it feel like we’re just scratching the surface of these engaging characters and complex world. This is a great fantasy series that all ages can enjoy.

Box Review: Teeblox – December 2019

“Our TeeBlox shirts are all 100% official and licensed, guaranteed. Our CommunityBlox shirts are printed with 100% independent and original designs submitted by community artists.”

Subscriptions start at $10/mo and use code: SCIFICHICK24 to get 24% off your first month!

Subscribers can pick from 3 categories right now.

*SciFiChick.com received a box for review purposes.

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