A Q&A on worldbuilding with Mark Timmony, author of Starbinder & Blood of the Spear. Part of the Escapist Book Tours tour for Starbinder.
Essex Dogs is a triumphant novel, full of moments, people and ideas that will stick with me for a very long time.
For me, Of Blood & Fire feels like a love letter to classic, traditional fantasy. Ryan Cahill is passionate about the fantasy genre. I thoroughly enjoyed Of Blood & Fire and I look forward to getting to the chonky sequel!
The Citrine Key is fantastical in every sense of the word… it’s so much fun that you’d be silly to pass up on it.
Be prepared to be very uncomfortable for 200 plus pages, and maybe think about switching to a vegan diet whilst you’re at it.
The Bladed Faith is, without a doubt, a whole lot of fun… I recommend this book to everyone, however I whole heartedly believe it is essential for lovers of anime and the golden age of Square JRPGs…
Brandon Sanderson once blurbed the Powder Mage trilogy, calling it “just plain awesome”… I can safely say I totally agree with him!
2021 is now a number of weeks in the rearview mirror, and frankly, good riddance to it. In a year that gave the dumpster fire of 2020 a run for its money, it was pretty crap for everyone all round. However, one thing that wasn’t crap, and something we can rely on no matter when, […]
Take it from me and the other 9 people on this blog that have reviewed it, Shadow of the Gods is a brilliant read!
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!