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Sally Berrow

Sally Berrow

Sally Berrow

Sally presently resides behind a mountainous pile of books in Greenhithe, UK, kept alive only by tea and surrounded by a menagerie of animals. A lifelong fantasy lover with a tendency towards the darker side of the genre, she hopes one day to write a grimdark fantasy of her own, inspired by the Golden Age of Piracy. She considers wringing an apology from Joe Abercrombie to be her greatest achievement.

REVIEW: Baldur’s Gate III

At the time of writing, it has been precisely 8 days, 14 hours and 46 minutes since I completed Larian Studios’ magnificent Baldur’s Gate 3. It took me approximately 5 weeks to complete—5 weeks...

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REVIEW: Delicate Condition by Danielle Valentine

Delicate Condition is the emotionally fraught Adult Horror debut of bestselling YA Horror writer, Danielle Valentine. The book, pitched as a feminist update to Rosemary’s Baby, is already making waves, having been chosen as...

REVIEW: The Hunters by David Wragg

The Hunters by David Wragg is a fast-paced, runaway wagon ride of a book combining long, action-packed set pieces with a dynamic cast of quirky, highly memorable characters. For years Ree has lain low...

An Interview with David Wragg

Hi David! Thank you so much for taking the time to do this interview with me here at Grimdark Magazine. At the time of writing I’ve almost completed my readthrough of The Hunters and...

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...

REVIEW: Sister, Maiden, Monster by Lucy A. Snyder

Visceral, gory, and deliciously unhinged, Sister, Maiden, Monster is a fast-paced, disturbingly relatable pandemic horror that I absolutely devoured and never wanted to end. Centering around the deadly—and thankfully fictional—PVG virus (polymorphic viral gastroencephalitis),...

REVIEW: Diablo IV

Here at Grimdark Magazine, a lucky few of us obtained Early Access to the highly anticipated Diablo IV, Blizzard Entertainment’s latest instalment in their phenomenally successful Diablo video game franchise. Initial Early Access was...

REVIEW: Obsidian: Awakening by Sienna Frost

Obsidian: Awakening is a grimdark fantasy inspired by the desert cultures of the Mongolian nomads and the Bedouins. As the first book in an intended series, it explores the world of two warring cultures...

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