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REVIEW: A Sword from Red Ice by J.V. Jones

A Sword from Red Ice is the third entry in J.V. Jones’ epic, dark, and snowy fantasy series, Sword of Shadows. I am completely invested in Jones’ grim world and fully engaged with the...

REVIEW: A Fortress of Grey Ice by J.V. Jones

A Fortress of Grey Ice is the second entry in J.V. Jones’ Sword of Shadows series. The novel is another impressive character-driven epic fantasy, continuing the action that was introduced with A Cavern of...

REVIEW: A Cavern of Black Ice by J.V. Jones

A Cavern of Black Ice is an impressive opening entry in J.V. Jones’ dark and snowy fantasy epic, Sword of Shadows. I was invested from the start and gripped throughout as numerous hardships, betrayals,...

An Interview with Mariely Lares

Mariely Lares is a Mexican-American debut autor who has swept us away with her novel Sun of Blood and Ruin. A historical fantasy set in a post-conquest Mexico, full of strong characters, mythology and...

REVIEW: A Dance with Dragons by George R.R Martin

After the uneven A Feast for Crows, George R.R. Martin is back in peak form with A Dance with Dragons, the fifth book in A Song of Ice and Fire. Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow,...

REVIEW: A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin

A Feast for Crows is the fourth and most polarizing volume in George R.R. Martin’s epic grimdark series, A Song of Ice and Fire, which began with A Game of Thrones and continued with...

REVIEW: A Storm of Swords by George R.R Martin

The strong momentum from A Clash of Kings continues in A Storm of Swords, the third volume of A Song of Ice and Fire, as George R.R. Martin chronicles his epic War of the...

REVIEW: A Clash of Kings by George R.R. Martin

A Clash of Kings, George R.R. Martin’s epic second volume of A Song of Ice and Fire, is a masterclass in grimdark fantasy, somehow improving upon the already excellent first volume, A Game of...

REVIEW: A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin

Life is full of insignificant events, small perturbations that are rarely of any consequence. But occasionally the conditions are right for a small perturbation to escalate into something that alters the entire world, leaving...

REVIEW: Game of Thrones S1

Released ten years ago, Game of Thrones S1 was a game-changer for grimdark on TV. Based on George RR Martin’s award winning 1996 start to A Song of Ice and Fire, Game of Thrones...