Today I’m returning to familiar territory for my review: fantasy. However, I’m traveling down an avenue with which I haven’t had much experience, i.e. urban fantasy. I’m no stranger to fantasy which incorporates technology and other modern elements, namely Eoin Colfer’s Artemis Fowl and Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson and the Olympians, but Summer of Magic is arguably for more mature audiences.
We didn’t walk into a bar.
Or at least not the same bar, and at the same time. But we met online and thought that it be a lot of fun to create and present to our readers an anthology of Urban Fantasy tales.