Exclusive Cover Reveal: The Hollows by Daniel Church

Today, we've got a special treat for you readers of Grimdark Magazine. We've teamed up with our friends over at Angry Robot for an exclusive cover reveal for their November...
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Exclusive Cover Reveal: The Hollows by Daniel Church

REVIEW: Pan’s Labyrinth

Fairy tales are seen as the foundation for fantasy – the source of magical, fantastical stories that have been told for centuries. They are tales told to make sense of...
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REVIEW: Pan’s Labyrinth

Grimdark Fantasy: Where to start reading

Ask ten grimdark fantasy fans what their definition of grimdark is, and you're likely to get ten marginally, if not wildly, different answers. However, ask them for a top ten...
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Grimdark Fantasy: Where to start reading

REVIEW: Earthlings by Sayaka Murata

See that cute stuffed hedgehog on the cover of Earthlings by Sayaka Murata? That’s Piyyut. He’s best friends with Natsuki, the book’s narrator, an 11-year-old girl who is also a...
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REVIEW: Earthlings by Sayaka Murata

REVIEW: In the Night Wood by Dale Bailey

In the Night Wood is an ingeniously written Gothic horror novel by Dale Bailey, which serves as both a tribute to classic Gothic literature and a unique, riveting story in...
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REVIEW: In the Night Wood by Dale Bailey

REVIEW: Brother Red by Adrian Selby

Adrian Selby’s Brother Red follows a duty-bound, female soldier whose choices carry a lot of heart as she attempts to preserve the future of her people, her kingdom, and most...
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REVIEW: Brother Red by Adrian Selby

REVIEW: The Evil Within 2

The Evil Within 2 (2017) is the sequel to, unsurprisingly, The Evil Within (2014) and a game I picked up immediately after finishing the first game. I probably should have...
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REVIEW: The Evil Within 2

An Interview With Robert Jackson Bennett

Robert Jackson Bennett's trilogy is a lot of things, a novel about pain and growth. Sancia is not the same character we started with. It is also about found families...
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An Interview With Robert Jackson Bennett

REVIEW: Red Sister by Mark Lawrence

Red Sister is a classic of modern fantasy, a perfectly crafted and beautifully written opening to Mark Lawrence’s Book of the Ancestor trilogy, which centers on a cast of young...
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REVIEW: Red Sister by Mark Lawrence

REVIEW: Disco Elysium

The flippant pitch for Disco Elysium would be to say if China Mieville wrote a Dirk Gently video game. The writer, Robert Kurvitz, has made something unique with this game,...
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REVIEW: Pan’s Labyrinth REVIEW: Pan’s Labyrinth
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REVIEW: Earthlings by Sayaka Murata REVIEW: Earthlings by Sayaka Murata
REVIEW: In the Night Wood by Dale Bailey REVIEW: In the Night Wood by...
REVIEW: Brother Red by Adrian Selby REVIEW: Brother Red by Adrian Selby
REVIEW: The Evil Within 2 REVIEW: The Evil Within 2
An Interview With Robert Jackson Bennett An Interview With Robert Jackson Bennett
REVIEW: Red Sister by Mark Lawrence REVIEW: Red Sister by Mark Lawrence
REVIEW: Disco Elysium REVIEW: Disco Elysium

Exclusive Cover Reveal: The Hollows by Daniel Church

Today, we’ve got a special treat for you readers of Grimdark Magazine. We’ve teamed up with our friends over at Angry Robot for an exclusive cover reveal for their November lead title, The Hollows by Daniel Church. With the tagline The Dark is Coming. Survive The Night. this sounds like the perfect read for our audience, and we can’t wait to get our greedy hands on a copy. Set in the Peak District village of Barsall, and featuring agonising suspense, unforgettable characters...

REVIEW: Pan’s Labyrinth

Fairy tales are seen as the foundation for fantasy – the source of magical, fantastical stories that have been told for centuries. They are tales told to make sense of the world around us;...

Grimdark Fantasy: Where to start reading

Ask ten grimdark fantasy fans what their definition of grimdark is, and you’re likely to get ten marginally, if not wildly, different answers. However, ask them for a top ten list, and you can...

REVIEW: Earthlings by Sayaka Murata

See that cute stuffed hedgehog on the cover of Earthlings by Sayaka Murata? That’s Piyyut. He’s best friends with Natsuki, the book’s narrator, an 11-year-old girl who is also a self-described magician. As explained...

REVIEW: In the Night Wood by Dale Bailey

In the Night Wood is an ingeniously written Gothic horror novel by Dale Bailey, which serves as both a tribute to classic Gothic literature and a unique, riveting story in its own right. As...

REVIEW: Brother Red by Adrian Selby

Adrian Selby’s Brother Red follows a duty-bound, female soldier whose choices carry a lot of heart as she attempts to preserve the future of her people, her kingdom, and most importantly, her creed. This...

REVIEW: The Evil Within 2

The Evil Within 2 (2017) is the sequel to, unsurprisingly, The Evil Within (2014) and a game I picked up immediately after finishing the first game. I probably should have played the DLC for...

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An Interview With Robert Jackson Bennett

Robert Jackson Bennett’s trilogy is a lot of things, a novel about pain and growth. Sancia is not the same character we started with. It is also about found families and the importance of...

REVIEW: Red Sister by Mark Lawrence

Red Sister is a classic of modern fantasy, a perfectly crafted and beautifully written opening to Mark Lawrence’s Book of the Ancestor trilogy, which centers on a cast of young novices training to become...

REVIEW: Disco Elysium

The flippant pitch for Disco Elysium would be to say if China Mieville wrote a Dirk Gently video game. The writer, Robert Kurvitz, has made something unique with this game, and it’s hardly a...