How many ways can characters hang out and do nothing for nearly 80k words? Let’s find out.
These Rebel Waves is an unfortunate combination of truly interesting characters and setting awash in mediocre execution and garbled prose.
Maybe, in these troubling times of rising fascism and white nationalism, it’s not a great idea to shape your novel’s plot around the idea of suspecting the desert-dwelling immigrants of secretly trying to bring the country down.
(Tragically, I am neither kidding or embellishing.)
Fate of Dragons is an interesting and imaginative dive into a world of dragons, merfolk and fae—but it’s a short one. Although it stands on its own, it’s hard not to feel like it’s a kneecapped “Part One” of a full-length tome.
Is it good? No. Is it gay? Yes.
Is it good? No. Is it gay? Also no.
Tragically, the crows are symbolic. But it’s still a great book.
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