Leprechauns, Bob Curran, Adams Media - Explore the magic, mischief, and mystery behind Ireland’s most iconic and beloved mythical creature: the leprechaun.
Tag Archive: fantasy
The Dark Powers of Tolkien, David Day, Thunder Bay Press - A compendium of villains of Middle-earth.
The Kairos Novels, Leonard S. Marcus Editor, Library of America - For fans of Madeleine L'Engle's Kairos novels, featuring Meg Murray and her family, this collection is a must-have.
Times Convert, Deborah Harknes, Viking - The small rural town of Hadley, Massachusetts, is too quiet for Marcus MacNeil. Born in the year 1757, he suffers a harsh life at the hands of his drunken abusive father, a military veteran who makes his rare appearances at home a living hell for his family.
Lord of Shadows, Cassandra Clare, Margaret K. McElderry Books - Sunny Los Angeles can be a dark place indeed in Cassandra Clare’s Lord of Shadows, the bestselling sequel to Lady Midnight. Lord of Shadows is a Shadowhunters novel.
The Trials of Apollo: The Burning Maze, Rick Riordan, Disney Hyperion - In the third book of The Trials of Apollo series, once again we find the god Apollo incarnated in the weak and flabby body of a pimply-faced human teenager named Lester.
Author Interview: The City of Brass, S.A. Chakraborty, Harper Voyager – A young woman in eighteenth century Egypt survives by using her wits and stealing from her victims. Nahri doesn’t believe in magic, but she does have tricks for healing. One night while performing what she thinks is a sham zar incantation, she calls up an ifrit – an evil supernatural being who is now out to get her.