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Terry Pratchett

REVIEW: Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros

In the wise words of the late Sir Terry Pratchett: “Susan hated Literature. She’d much prefer to read a good book.” (Soul Music, 1999) Such a statement perfectly sums up my feelings regarding seasoned...

An interview with Sebastien de Castell

Fantasy fans will be well aware of Sebastien de Castell by now – and if you aren’t, then you are truly missing out. His debut series, The Greatcoats, has been described as “Three Musketeers...

REVIEW: Ciaphas Cain: Hero of the Imperium by Sandy Mitchell

Ciaphas Cain: Hero of the Imperium by Sandy Mitchell (pseudonym for Alexander Michael Stewart) is a collection of the first three short stories and first three novels featuring Commissar Ciaphas Cain as the main...

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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 Sonja by Gail Simone

Red Sonja is one of the archetypical fantasy characters and a fountain for which hundreds of copycats have been created. She’s also a character younger than most people realize as it was not Robert...

REVIEW: Peculiarities by David Liss

Peculiarities is a celebration of the strange and the absurd. This alternative historical novel poses the question- what would happen if occult magics were real? Author David Liss answers this question in an immersive read that is...

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An Interview With Andy Weir

Author Andy Weir, known for his huge breakout hit The Martian, is back again with another brilliant science fiction story called Project Hail Mary. In this story, the world is faced with collapse and...

REVIEW: The Part About the Dragon Was (Mostly) True by Sean Gibson

A bard’s job is to tell a story. Beyond that, whether the story is true or not is relative. While most good bards will want some element of truth in the tales to give...

10 Authors to Follow on Twitter

When you are perusing Twitter’s hellscape and are looking for a beacon of good to follow, it can be a demoralizing and challenging task. There is an abundance of opinions, advertisements, and memes, but...

Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames

REVIEW: Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames

Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames is the sort of book that sets out to make you laugh, and then accidentally makes you care along the way. In a world similar to D&D’s...