Best Fantasy Book of 2018

Best Fantasy Novel of 2018

Time's Children

By D.B. Jackson
Published by Angry Robot

Time’s Children is a tour-de-force, setting a fascinating tale of magic and intrigue amidst a world filled with dark corners and creatures who are not to be trusted. I loved every part of this book, and applaud the author on creating a compelling story filled with brilliantly rendered scenes, settings and details that made the world come alive. Prepare to be swept away by the tides of this masterful story.
– Review excerpt from October 23, 2018

NOTE: I was provided a free copy of Time’s Children, Bloody Rose, and The Mortal Word via NetGalley in exchange for my honest, unbiased review. I only publish reviews of books I enjoy, and these novels meet that criteria.

Honorable Mentions

Bloody Rose is the most fun I’ve had all year. It’s a great equation. Take a well-done fantasy novel filled with monsters, battles, and arena brawls, add in a band of rock star warriors that are worshipped throughout the land and you’ve got Bloody Rose.

The Mortal Word returns to the world of the Invisible Library, diving into a mysterious murder that causes the fate of the universe to hang in the balance. Cogman’s smart writing presents a quickly paced detective story that’s both fun and intriguing as the clues come together.

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Author: Jacob Olson

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2 thoughts

    1. I haven’t read it! I wish I could say I’ll add it to the list, but I currently have a queue of 35 books yelling to be read 👍🏻

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