We’re back in Widdershins for Whyborne & Griffin’s latest adventure, but this time it’s the old families who are the targets. When Whyborne is accused of murder, he and his allies must not only clear his name, but also prevent the rise of a great evil. Plenty of familiar faces appear in this story, includingContinue reading “Review: Draakenwood (Whyborne & Griffin #9) by Jordan L. Hawk”
I enjoyed and was intrigued by the original novella that set up this world, but the world created within intrigued me much more than the characters. However, I enjoyed it enough to pick up this novel to get it signed by the author at a convention, and I don’t regret any of the time spentContinue reading “Review: Winter Tide (Innsmouth Legacy #1) by Ruthanna Emrys”
Family has been a running theme in this series, and things come to a head in this installment of the Whyborne & Griffin books. Whyborne’s father has had a major shift in attitude, which causes Whyborne to be suspicious of the man’s motives. In the grander scheme of things, Whyborne’s own position in the townContinue reading “Review: Maelstrom (Whyborne & Griffin #7) by Jordan L. Hawk”
Something different about this book is immediate from the first page — scenes from Griffin’s point of view! This made me nervous at first, but Hawk obviously has a great handle on his character. Switching between two first-person POVs is never difficult, because Griffin’s voice is so distinctive from Whyborne’s. The need for scenes toContinue reading “Review: Hoarfrost (Whyborne & Griffin #6) by Jordan L. Hawk”
This installment of the series takes poor Whyborne far out of his comfort zone as his friend Dr. Putnam summons him to Egypt for his professional expertise. The fact that I read this book while on a cruise ship in the middle of the ocean probably enhanced my sympathy for him, which was a funContinue reading “Review: Necropolis (Whyborne & Griffin #4) by Jordan L. Hawk”
This novelette is available to read for free at Tor.com. This novelette serves as a fantastic introduction to the universe of this set of stories, giving intriguing background and introducing us to an interesting character while still leaving the reader wanting more.