Uzumaki is deserving of its accolades… With incredible artwork, genuinely frightening moments and scenes and events that will stick with me forever (and I know for a fact it will inspire my own writing), I urge all fans of horror or dark manga to give this a go.
Get your tissues ready (and for you lizard folk out there, prime your tongues) as you’re going to be dabbing at your seeing-balls after reading these books!
It’s a blockbuster of a book, a space epic, a race against time, and a novel about cooperation, friendship, and the greatest sacrifice of them all. I cannot recommend this book enough!
This anthology has a special place in my heart, and I feel like I owe it to talk about all of the stories in a non-spoiler fashion, giving you a quick insight into each and what makes them so brilliant. So less of a review and more of just a straight up gush. This is why you should read Heroes Wanted!
I really enjoyed my time with this book. I was definitely wrong about this subgenre all those years ago, but you’ll have to let me off because I am very dumb indeed! I’m looking forward to seeing where Harper takes us in the next instalment (Exodus of Gnomes, which I will be listening to later this year) and I’m certain that it will be bigger, better and even more enjoyable ride than this one!
I’ve been trying to think of a witty way to start this review. Maybe I could start with a sailing joke? Instead, I’m going to begin with a statement; The Bone Ships, by Robert Holstock Award winner RJ Barker, is utterly phenomenal!
Being the landlord of a renowned inn, famous for its annual Might & Monsters gathering, Arrin takes each day in his stride.
Unfortunately, One-Eyed Jack is on his way to town, and his exploits of banditry and murder are just as infamous.
Originally featured in the It’s A Living anthology, this tale is both funny and full of dark twists and turns.
It’s about time you visited The Double Crossbow Inn!
I’d say this book is a cross between Dexter and Riverdale… if you’re looking for a fast, funny B-movie of a book, then be sure to pick this up!
The Gunslinger is an experimental book for sure, but there is no better way to start your quest to the Dark Tower than this.