Saintcrow, Lilith

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The Fall of Waterstone

Saintcrow’s attention to detail and fantastical worldbuilding, inspired by Norse Viking legends and places, merits her series’ comparison to classic epic fantasies like J.R.R. Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings” and Robert Jordan’s “Wheel of Time.”

A Flame in the North

Saintcrow (The Salt-Black Tree) steps away from her usual urban fantasy with this epic Norse-inspired fantasy, emulating the writing style of traditional epic poems and tales with fantastic attention to detail. Recommend to readers who enjoy the high-fantasy writing style of authors such as J. R. R. Tolkien and those who appreciate Norse mythology.

The Salt-Black Tree

Fans of the first book will find this ending compelling, but it doesn’t stand alone.

Spring’s Arcana

There’s much to savor here for readers looking for a deeper dive into the same legends as those in The Witch and the Tsar by Olesya Salnikova Gilmore, but in a more contemporary setting. Also a good choice for readers seeking stories imbued with the sensibilities of urban fantasy, like The Book of Night by Holly Black.

Cormorant Run

Reading Saintcrow's ("Gallow and Ragged" series) postapocalyptic adventure is like riding a high-speed train. After a slow start owing to footnoted vernacular, the pace quickens and readers will be caught up in the excitement.

Wasteland King

Saintcrow's final book in her dark fantasy trilogy (Trailer Park Fae; Roadside Magic) brings the series to a satisfying close with tightly paced action and compelling characters.

Trailer Park Fae

Saintcrow's excellent tale will immerse readers in a complex and eerily familiar world of fae-inhabited trailer parks and diners and find definite appeal among fans of Seanan Maguire's "October Daye" series. Try this for Charles de Lint aficionados who want something a touch lighter but still with profound worldbuilding and characters.

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