An Interview with O.O. Sangoyomi

O.O. Sangoyomi is set to dazzle the literary world with Masquerade in July. A story that is tender and slow just as much as it is dark and thrilling, the...
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An Interview with O.O. Sangoyomi

REVIEW: When the Moon Hatched by Sarah A. Parker

When the Moon Hatched grew a passionate following on TikTok when it originally launched earlier in the year. It resonated so well with audiences that HarperVoyager UK and Avon US...
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REVIEW: When the Moon Hatched by Sarah A. Parker

REVIEW: Ninth Life by Stark Holborn

Gabriella Ortiz has worn and shed many names. Tales of her exploits transcend time and space, defying reality. Depending on which name, she is a hero of both sides. A...
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REVIEW: Ninth Life by Stark Holborn

REVIEW: Gates of Sorrow by J.E. Hannaford

Gates of Sorrow, the second volume in J.E. Hannaford’s epic fantasy series, Aulirean Gates, picks up immediately following the dramatic conclusion of Gates of Hope. Since I don’t want to...
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REVIEW: Gates of Sorrow by J.E. Hannaford

REVIEW: Heavenbreaker by Sara Wolf

The first in a new sci-fi series, Heavenbreaker is a fast-paced tale from author Sara Wolf that follows Synali von Hauteclare, a young woman living in the year 3442 with...
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REVIEW: Heavenbreaker by Sara Wolf

REVIEW: Song of Carcosa by Josh Reynolds

Song of Carcosa is the third of the Countess Zorzi series by Josh Reynolds. I'm a huge fan of these books and their Catwoman-esque protagonist. The Countess is a multi-dimensional...
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REVIEW: Song of Carcosa by Josh Reynolds

REVIEW: Civil War by Alex Garland

Civil War (2024) by Alex Garland is a movie that a lot of people prejudged before they watched it. This is a tumultuous time in the United States of America,...
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REVIEW: Civil War by Alex Garland

An Interview with Rosalie M. Lin

With Daughter of Calamity, Rosalie M. Lin has written one of the most interesting debuts of the year (see our review here). Her work is nuanced and far darker than the...
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An Interview with Rosalie M. Lin

REVIEW: The Desert Prince by Peter V. Brett

The Desert Prince by Peter V. Brett is the first novel in his Nightfall Saga. There are a lot of fans of Peter V. Brett in the halls of Grimdark...
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REVIEW: The Desert Prince by Peter V. Brett

REVIEW: A Look Behind the Derleth Mythos by John D. Haefele

A Look Behind the Derleth Mythos: Origins of the Cthulhu Mythos by John D. Haefele is a nonfiction book discussing the role of August Derleth in the creation of HPL's modern...
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An Interview with O.O. Sangoyomi An Interview with O.O. Sangoyomi
REVIEW: When the Moon Hatched by Sarah A. Parker REVIEW: When the Moon Hatched by...
REVIEW: Ninth Life by Stark Holborn REVIEW: Ninth Life by Stark Holborn
REVIEW: Gates of Sorrow by J.E. Hannaford REVIEW: Gates of Sorrow by J.E....
REVIEW: Heavenbreaker by Sara Wolf REVIEW: Heavenbreaker by Sara Wolf
REVIEW: Song of Carcosa by Josh Reynolds REVIEW: Song of Carcosa by Josh...
REVIEW: Civil War by Alex Garland REVIEW: Civil War by Alex Garland
An Interview with Rosalie M. Lin An Interview with Rosalie M. Lin
REVIEW: The Desert Prince by Peter V. Brett REVIEW: The Desert Prince by Peter...
REVIEW: A Look Behind the Derleth Mythos by John D. Haefele REVIEW: A Look Behind the Derleth...

REVIEW: The Deviant #5 by James Tynion (W) and Joshua Hixson (A)

A good way to lead your comic reading life is to run, not walk, to the nearest comic book store when a new series or issue written by James Tynion IV is released.  The...

REVIEW: The One Hand #4

In The One Hand #4, a crime noir series that has no peer in the field at the moment, battered Detective Ari Nassar’s hunt for the serial killer continues apace.  Along the way, we,...

REVIEW: Slave Ring by Tim Dedopulos

Warning – This review of the novel about vampires and slavery will touch on slavery and sexual assault. Slave Ring by Tim Dedopulos is the first book of the Clan Novel Trilogy: Brujah series....

REVIEW: Deathworlder by Victoria Hayward

A stand-alone novel set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, Deathworlder by Victoria Hayward is everything you want from a 40k universe novel. It’s war on an epic scale, the odds are against the protagonists at...

REVIEW: Daughter of Calamity by Rosalie M. Lin

Rosalie M. Lin’s debut, Daughter of Calamity is set in the glittering world of Shanghai in the 1920s. A cultural melting pot thanks to the influence of colonialism, the Jazz Age seems to have...

REVIEW: Monstrum by Lottie Mills

Lottie Mills’ debut collection Monstrum is mind blowing. As the title hints, these stories explore what is monstrous, why we perceive someone as other. The collection is an open letter to society advocating for...

REVIEW: When the Blood Has Dried #3 by Gary Moloney (W) and Daniel Romero (A)

If the first two issues of When the Blood Has Dried were setting up the initial plot of the story, issue 3 is where things start to really escalate. Maebh, our hero and owner...

REVIEW: Shadows of Pnath by Josh Reynolds

Shadows of Pnath is the second of the Countess Zorzi novels in the Arkham Horror series. The Arkham Horror series is pretty much what I wish Call of Cthulhu had done with their fiction...

REVIEW: The Tigress by Anna Mocikat

The Tigress by Anna Mocikat is the sixth book of the Behind Blue Eyes series. The series is a successful indie cyberpunk drama that follows the tales of a murderous group of sexy antiheroes,...

The Road to Redemption by Matthew Ward

More than anything, I love a character with a redemption arc. I’m not picky. I’ll work on any scale. From Londo Mollari’s galaxy-shaping reversals in Babylon 5 to Javert’s blink-and-you’ll-miss-it change of heart in...

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