A retelling from Loki's perspective that does not gloss over the queerness of Norse mythology
A book that explores the various lives ruined by the gods in Greek mythology and how pitiful or hateful almost everyone in the mythology is.
A look at a lesser retold part of the Troy mythos
A strange, beautiful book
A challenging book about climate change and acting in crisis
A book that's interesting, but not really anything in the usual fantasy veins - more a literary/general fiction book
Two mini-reviews of Anglo-Saxon Poetry
A book of two halves
A gorgeously written book
How do I do justice to a book that made me so emotional and angry at the way that history treats the victims and raised up "heroes"?