Synopsis Ester’s family was torn apart when a manticore killed her mother and baby brother, leaving her with nothing but her father’s painful silence and a single, overwhelming need to kill the monsters that took her family. Ester’s path leads her to the King’s Royal Mews, where the giant rocs of legend are flown to […]
Review: Antimatter Blues (Mickey7 #2) by Edward Ashton
Summary: Edward Ashton’s Antimatter Blues is the thrilling follow up to Mickey7 in which an expendable heads out to explore new terrain for human habitation. Summer has come to Niflheim. The lichens are growing, the six-winged bat-things are chirping, and much to his own surprise, Mickey Barnes is still alive—that last part thanks almost entirely to the fact that […]
Book Review: The Dark Heart of Redemption (A Chronicles of Actaeon Story, Book 2) by Darran Handshaw
Synopsis “Some secrets are best left undiscovered.” Pyramid, the great heart of Redemption, lies under siege by tribal invaders that threaten to destroy the very civilization that the Dominions have created. The Engineer, Actaeon, leads a force of Raedelleans from the south, where they pause to investigate the secrets of abandoned Travail in search of […]
Book Tour and Review: Blessed Odds (Riftborn, Book 2) by Steve McHugh
Synopsis In the sequel to The Last Raven, Lucas Rurik confronts a cult determined to remake the world—no matter the cost—in this urban fantasy noir from the author of the Hellequin Chronicles. Lucas Rurik is no stranger to navigating the tricky territory between humans and those touched by the rift. After all, as the last […]
Review: Perilous Times by Thomas D. Lee
Synopsis IN PERILOUS TIMES LIKE THESE, THE REALM DOESN’T JUST NEED A HERO.IT NEEDS A KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOUR. Sir Kay and his fellow knights awake from their mythical slumber whenever Britain has need of them; they fought at Agincourt and at the Somme. But in these perilous modern times, the realm is more divided […]
The Light of All That Falls (The Licanius Trilogy #3) by James Islington
Synopsis The journey that began with The Shadow of What Was Lost reaches its spectacular conclusion in The Light of All That Falls, the final chapter of the Licanius Trilogy by acclaimed epic fantasy author James Islington. After a savage battle, the Boundary is whole again — but it may be too late. Banes now stalk the […]
REVIEW: Paladin Unbound (An Archives of Evelium Tale #1) by Jeffrey Speight
SYNOPSIS Indies Today 2021 Best Fantasy Award WinnerThe last of a dying breed, a holy warrior must rise up against a growing darkness in Evelium.The most unlikely of heroes, a lowly itinerant mercenary, Umhra the Peacebreaker is shunned by society for his mongrel half-Orc blood. Desperate to find work for himself and his band of […]
The Luminaries (The Luminaries #1) by Susan Dennard
The plot is fast-paced and the prose is so compulsively readable. The world that Dennard has crafted has such an interesting set-up.
Review: Gothghul Hollow (Tales of Mhurghast #1) by Anna Stephens
Stephens grabs you by the throat and pulls you through this journey of buried truths, gothic magic, the colour purple, and plenty of savage action sequences. It’s like a fine gourmet meal!
Review: The Tyranny of Faith by Richard Swan
A magnificent follow up to the Justice of Kings, the Tyranny of Faith by Richard Swan expands on the worldbuilding and delivers an epic return to the world of Sir Konrad Vonvalt.
Review: Wild Massive by Scotto Moore
Summary: Scotto Moore’s Wild Massive is a glorious web of lies, secrets, and humor in a breakneck, nitrous-boosted saga of the small rejecting the will of the mighty. When the Architects of the Multiverse were in their infancy and the cosmos was but a seed in the minds of gods, they called together their Artists […]
No Heart for a Thief (Malitu #1) by James Lloyd Dulin
I’m eagerly awaiting the continuation of Kaylo and Tayen’s story and No Heart for a Thief is highly recommended from me.