The Fantasy Hall of Fame | 3 Age Groups, 9 Books
What would you put in your Fantasy Hall of Fame—for Middle Grade, Young Adult, and Adult? Guest writer Isabella Brotchie gives her takes.
Book Review | Godkiller
A perfect fantasy book, in the archetypal sense: perfectly plotted, familiar yet creative. It reminded me why I fell in love with reading in the first place. Here’s why.
While I read a comparatively small proportion of contemporary fiction growing up, EJ Books keeps up with the latest and most interesting releases (according to me), particularly translations coming out of East Asian countries and novels by Asian-American authors.
I have always been an avid YA reader and the genre hasn’t lost any of its magic over the years. Some of the books I’m most passionate about are YA: An Ember in the Ashes, Six of Crows, and the OG Terry Pratchett, The Wee Free Men.
The Dark Academia Post
Dark academia has never been more in, more inclusive, or more interesting. But how do modern dark academia novels take on the sinister darkness within real modern academia?