Review of Bookburners: “O’er the Deep Blue Sea” by Margaret Dunlap

Bookburners: “O’er the Deep Blue Sea” by Margaret Dunlap. Season Four: Episode 6. I’ve realized that I haven’t spent a whole lot of time talking about Grace/Sal and queer representation in Bookburners. Today’s episode has a lot of Grace and Sal’s relationship, and I have thoughts to share! But before I get into it, here’s the…

Review of Bookburners: “Hell Gate Bridge” by Brian Francis Slattery

Bookburners: “Hell Gate Bridge” by Brian Francis Slattery. Season four, episode 5. So much happened in this episode. Like, way more than I expected! I was all like, “Oh yes, this is where the episode will end and this plot thread will be picked up next episode.” And then more happened! So this episode was…

Review of Bookburners: “Man About Town” by Andrea Phillips

Bookburners: “Man About Town” by Andrea Phillips. Season four, episode 4. So… what now? The big plot arc of the last few weeks has been resolved, and Team Three doesn’t have any pressing goals. I mean, besides the general, “save the world” thing, which it’s hard to come up with a concrete plan for. Oh,…

Review of Bookburners: “Alexander Norse” by Margaret Dunlap

Bookburners: “Alexander Norse” by Margaret Dunlap. Season four: episode 3. In the newest episode of Bookburners, the murder investigation continues. Welcome back to my weekly Bookburners reviews! If you’re not familiar with Bookburners, it’s an urban fantasy serial story written by an amazing team of authors. Also, since I’m not several seasons in, this is not the place to…

Review of Bookburners: “The Blood-Dimmed Tide” by Mur Lafferty

Bookburners: “The Blood-Dimmed Tide” by Mur Lafferty. Season four: episode 2. This week’s Bookburners‘ episode picks up where the last one left off… quit reading now if you don’t want spoilers! I believe that a good sequel should expand the story — both the relationships between characters as well as the world itself. That goes as…

Review of Bookburners: “Body Problems” by Max Gladstone

Bookburners: “Body Problems” by Max Gladstone. Season Four: Episode 1. Bookburners is back, and I couldn’t be more thrilled! The end of Season Three left me with so many questions, as well as making some plot choices I adore and have always wanted to see happen in a fantasy. Actually, I’m going to start talking about it. So…

Serial Box Updates! Tremontaine! Bookburners!

Remember how I reviewed each episode of season three Tremontaine and Bookburners? Well, they’ve now been bundled together into omnibuses! Head over to the Serial Box site for more information. Seasons one of Tremontaine, Bookburners, and ReMade are also going to be on sale through April 5th. I’m not that familiar with ReMade (though I know it’s young adult science fiction),…

Review of Bookburners: “Live in London” by Max Gladstone

Bookburners: Live in London by Max Gladstone. Season Three: Episode 13. It’s the season three finale of Bookburners, and I’m sad the season’s over. Or at least that season four isn’t immediately available! Again, this isn’t an episode I can talk about without significant spoilers for the previous episodes in the season. If you want to…

Review of Bookburners: “Broken Vessels” by Brian Francis Slattery

Bookburners: “Broken Vessels” by Brian Francis Slattery. Season Three: Episode 12. Wow, this episode is a game changer of epic proportions. How do I even talk about this? Look, if your not up on season three, you’ve got some catching up to do because I’m going to dive right in to talking about where the Bookburners…

Review of Bookburners: “Crossing Over” by Margaret Dunlap

Bookburners: “Crossing Over” by Margaret Dunlap. Season Three: Episode 11. “Crossing Over” picks up directly where “Into the Woods” leaves off. There goes my hypothesis about a stand alone episode. Oh, well. As it happens, I’m glad “Crossing Over” went where it did. Ashanti and Frances are desperately trying to prevent whatever Hannah set into…