…r #1) by Tim Waggoner PUBLISHER: Angry Robot Books RELEASE DATE: 6 Aug 2009 FORMAT: Paperback, 401 pages GENRE: Urban Fantasy His mean streets are the city of the dead, the shadowy realm known as Nekropolis. And in this first case, Richter must help a delectable half-vampire named Devona recover a legendary artifact known as the Dawnstone, before it’s used to destroy Nekropolis itself. That is, if he can survive the myriad horrors that infest the…


…nguin imprint). I have been very envious of my friends across the water at the amount of paranormal romance and urban fantasy they are exposed to. I can buy from Amazon but it’s so much nicer to be able to purchase books from UK publishers. Here’s what Berkley says: Berkley UK is Penguin’s new fiction imprint, specialising in publishing the best in urban fantasy and paranormal romance. The Berkley name has a history of publishing the…

…#1) Author: Keith Melton Publisher: Samhain Publishing Publication Date: 1 Dec 2009 Paperback: 276 pages Genre: Urban Fantasy Source: Review Copy Reviewed by: Carolyn RATING: 7/10 GOODREADS SUMMARY: Business has never been better for hit man Karl Vance. Boston is awash in mafia blood, and as a master vampire, Vance has a certain fondness for blood. Hes sworn to never again feed on the blood of innocents, preying instead on the criminal unde…

AMAZING KINDLE DEALS Urban Fantasy & Paranormal Romance I have been perusing Amazon’s Kindle store again and found these amazing urban fantasy and paranormal romance deals, which I thought I would share. I’m not sure of the time limit of each book deal, so apologies if they are not free, cheap or available anymore, but they were at the time I wrote this post   **For my American friends I have added the link for you guys…

Happy Hour of the Damned

…t Amanda. Amanda is the reason I rushed out and bought book two! *I has me a ‘Manda crush ;)* Henry mixes urban fantasy with his obvious comedic talent as well as a smattering of visceral horror. Readers who read urban fantasy but not horror will find some scenes a little gruesome and gory (lots of braaaiinns and well, the rest of the body – waste not want not!). Personally I loved it, but I am a bit of a sicko Verdict Happy Hour of…

…it #1) Author : Charlie Huston Publisher : Orbit Publication Date : 28 Feb 2007 Paperback : 277 pages Genre : Urban Fantasy Source: Review Copy Reviewed by: Carolyn RATING : 8/10 – Brilliant, couldn’t put it down. GOODREADS SUMMARY : They live among us, slaves to the very condition that empowers them. They are the Vampyre, and their sole chance at survival lies in banding into Clans. Only Joe Pitt has gone his own way. The up…


…t. If they ever bill me for it, I’m screwed. Conflict is the name of the game when it comes to all writing, but urban fantasy gets a special blend of it. There’s the grand tradition and tropes of traditional fantasy blended with a modern sensibility and setting. Over the top conflict where gargoyles can throw cabs several city blocks or crumble entire buildings to a pile of rubble is not only welcome, it’s practically required. But, as the saying…




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