This is not a typical sub-genre I read but these do look interesting.
Today, the guys in the Goodreads Top 5 Wednesday group have an interesting topic, one which is straight forward and to the point: “Favorite Urban Fantasy Books — The technical urban fantasy definition is: a subgenre of fantasy in which the narrative has an urban setting. Works of urban fantasy are set primarily in the real world and contain aspects of fantasy, such as the discovery of earthbound mythological creatures, coexistence or conflict between humans and paranormal beings, and other changes to city life. A contemporary setting is not strictly necessary for a work of urban fantasy: works of the genre may also take place in futuristic and historical settings, real or imagined.”
I’m going to give this topic a try. Problem being is that I’m not a huge urban fantasy fan. Sure, I’ve tried more than a few books from this subgenre, but none of them have ever turned…
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