All book reviews by @imyril.
A guide to how I rate reviews can be found here.
I am open to requests from traditionally-published authors, their agents and/or publishers. All reviews will be my honest opinion, and books received for review will be clearly flagged as such. I will not host guest posts or giveaways for authors whose work I have not read.
Am I right for your book?
I will only accept adult speculative fiction, scifi and fantasy for review (yes, I read and occasionally request more broadly, but very, very selectively).
I prefer narratives that show a range of genders, ethnicities, sexualities, dis/abilities and indeed races (non-humans, hurray!) in a positive light. I am not a fan of grimdark, military SFF, comic SFF or romance-heavy narratives. I’m wary of books dominated by male characters, although I do make exceptions for fabulous ideas.
I reserve the right to decline to review books that do not appeal to me.
Want to contact me?
Please email me at imyril at onemore dot org if you would like me to review your work, providing a synopsis or link to more information. Please be specific if you require a review within a certain period. I will get back to you as soon as I can to confirm my interest/availability. I am currently up to my eyeballs in work, so am unable to guarantee a quick turnaround.
- Charmcaster – Sebastien de Castell
Awaiting review (in no particular order)
- The Poppy War – R F Kuang
- Ghost Wall – Sarah Moss
- Brightly Burning – Alexa Donne
- Redemption’s Blade – Adrian Tchaikovsky
- Shelter – Dave Hutchinson
- City of Lost Fortunes – Bryan Camp
- The Queens of Innis Lear – Tessa Gratton
- Autonomous – Annalee Newitz
- Too Like the Lightning – Ada Palmer
- Miranda and Caliban – Jacqueline Carey
- Rosewater – Tade Thompson
- A Man of Shadows – Jeff Noon
- The Witch Who Came In From The Cold (Season One) – Max Gladstone et al
- Izanami’s Choice – Adam Heine
- Wonderblood – Julia Whicker
- The Essex Serpent – Sarah Perry
- African Monsters – edited by Jo Thomas & Margrét Helgadóttir
- Asian Monsters – edited by Margrét Helgadóttir
- Sharp Ends – Joe Abercrombie