A narrative that delivers so hard its “just what the fuck happened here?” hook.
Synopsis Vakov Fukasawa is a Reaper; a human augmented with Stormtech. The Stormtech turns the Reapers into feared warriors of the bloody war between Harmony and the Harvesters – capable of untold amounts of violence and destruction. Unfortunately for the reapers themselves, Stormtech also causes them to become addicted to adrenaline. With the war over, […]
When you’re hooked by a book, you’re hooked and Beware of Chicken is a charming – while utterly bizzarre – read that you just need to experience to get it.
Perception Check is a warm-hearted adventure that certainly feels like the homage to tabletop gaming it is trying to be. The characters all resonate, the world grows and grows with the help of a strong magic system and lore. It’s an accomplished debut from Knight and a saga I hope will be a critical success.
This book is, at the end of it all, like a written relaxing afternoon in a coffee shop. It’s charming and it’s fun. There’s a real time and a place for Legends and Lattes and I’m really glad I found it.
It’s a sit down and savor sci-fi that reads like one of the Star Trek episodes where they get stuck in some temporal anomaly and spend the entire time doing sciencey stuffs until they get free at the last minute.
Armitage’s tightly packed sprint down memory lane is an unmissable sci-fi surge. It’s definitely not something to forget.
A neo-retrofuturistic fest that looks at humanity through a curious lens while an alien menace has guns that go ZARK!
“Doubt is more interesting than surety. Doubt is a powerful place to exist because it’s a position of openness and flexibility. Do I take this path or that one?”
There are so many scenes and tales for Tavar to tell but I just wanted them to keep on coming for another 600 pages. Jones is serving up some serious sandtasy and you need to experience it for yourself.
There’s a lot to love about TBoO, especially its acronym, but it’s an incredibly bloody, gritty, ronin romp that’s well worth checking out.
This is a heartfelt fable with a pure message and has been a really enjoyable surprise for 2022.