REVIEW: Clementine by Tillie Walden

Clementine by Tillie Walden is a brand new graphic novel set in the universe of The Walking Dead. It is aimed at a YA audience - the characters in Clementine...
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REVIEW: Clementine by Tillie Walden

REVIEW: Those Above by Daniel Polansky

In Those Above by Daniel Polansky a perfect world for the near immortal god-like creatures and their human slaves sits atop piles of ever increasing human misery below where rebellion...
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REVIEW: Those Above by Daniel Polansky

REVIEW: The Doloriad by Missouri Williams

There’s a febrile, hallucinatory quality to The Doloriad by Missouri Williams. It’s hard to quantify because it is so singularly non-linear, and that it seemingly isn’t actually about anything. But...
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REVIEW: The Doloriad by Missouri Williams

REVIEW: House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski

"Have you heard about that book that’s supposed to drive you insane?" The first time I caught wind of Mark Z. Danielewski’s House of Leaves, I was sitting in a...
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REVIEW: House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski

REVIEW: The Hand that Casts the Bone by H.L. Tinsley

HL Tinsley’s The Hand that Casts the Bone is the follow-up to her debut, We Men of Ash and Shadow. Beginning shortly after its predecessor leaves off, Tinsley packs her...
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REVIEW: The Hand that Casts the Bone by H.L. Tinsley

REVIEW: Gun Honey by Charles Ardai and Ang Hor Kheng

Gun Honey, by writer Charles Ardai and breakout artist Ang Hor Kheng, is a new installment for Titan Comics’ Hard Case line of crime comics. And it’s an impressive feat...
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REVIEW: Gun Honey by Charles Ardai and Ang Hor Kheng

REVIEW: Thieves’ War by Clayton Snyder

Clayton Snyder’s manic concoction of whimsical satire continues in his second installment of the Thieves’ Lyric series. Thieves’ War brings Cord and Nenn back together for their greatest heist yet....
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REVIEW: Thieves’ War by Clayton Snyder

An interview with Andrew Caldecott

Momenticon by Andrew Caldecott is a true joy to read - a unique novel set in a dystopian future around a museum and its unusual occupants, with a strong streak...
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An interview with Andrew Caldecott

REVIEW: Momenticon by Andrew Caldecott

Andrew Caldecott’s Momenticon is one of the most unique books I’ve read. Set in a future where humanity has conglomerated into domes due to environmental degeneration, this particular story largely...
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REVIEW: Momenticon by Andrew Caldecott

REVIEW: The Heron Kings’ Flight by Eric Lewis

The Heron Kings’ Flight is the second novel in Eric Lewis’ The Heron Kings series. I would like to thank independent publishing house Flame Tree Press and Eric Lewis for...
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REVIEW: Clementine by Tillie Walden REVIEW: Clementine by Tillie Walden
REVIEW: Those Above by Daniel Polansky REVIEW: Those Above by Daniel Polansky
REVIEW: The Doloriad by Missouri Williams REVIEW: The Doloriad by Missouri Williams
REVIEW: House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski REVIEW: House of Leaves by Mark...
REVIEW: The Hand that Casts the Bone by H.L. Tinsley REVIEW: The Hand that Casts the...
REVIEW: Gun Honey by Charles Ardai and Ang Hor Kheng REVIEW: Gun Honey by Charles Ardai...
REVIEW: Thieves’ War by Clayton Snyder REVIEW: Thieves’ War by Clayton Snyder
An interview with Andrew Caldecott An interview with Andrew Caldecott
REVIEW: Momenticon by Andrew Caldecott REVIEW: Momenticon by Andrew Caldecott
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REVIEW: Daughter of Redwinter by Ed McDonald

The GdM faithful will probably be familiar with author Ed McDonald from his brilliant, bestselling Raven’s Mark trilogy. His latest offering is Daughter of Redwinter which sets its own, distinct flavour from the opening....

REVIEW: Mickey7 by Edward Ashton

Mickey7 by Edward Ashton was a novel that was not too dense but explored future ideas with enough gravitas to get me thinking, but not enough to bog me down. Mickey7 wasn’t full of...

An interview with Adam Oyebanji

Adam Oyebanji works in counter-terrorism by day, and writes by night. His debut science fiction novel Braking Day about everything that could possibly go wrong when a generation space ship slows down to approach...

REVIEW: Braking Day by Adam Oyebanji

Braking Day by Adam Oyebanji is the sort of science fiction that keeps readers on their toes throughout. Set on a generation ship on the way to what is intended to be salvation, the...

REVIEW: The Book Eaters by Sunyi Dean

The Book Eaters by Sunyi Dean starts with a twenty-nine-year-old being refused booze at a corner shop because she does not have ID. As a young looking twenty-nine-year-old who still gets carded on a...

REVIEW: Bigfoot Hunters by Rick Gualtieri

Bigfoot Hunters is the first horror novel by Rick Gualtieri after a successful career as an urban fantasy and comedy writer. I was expecting something more like his Bill the Vampire series when I first...

REVIEW: Age of the Undead by C.L. Werner

The zombie genre has become a lot like its subject matter – often shambling, lifeless and stale. Age of the Undead, by C.L. Werner, successfully navigates the familiar waters of a zombie apocalypse by...

REVIEW: Black Tide by K.C. Jones

Black Tide is the debut novel from K.C. Jones that brings together the “human car wreck” of Beth, and Mike, a depressed movie producer, at the end of the world. This is a small-scale,...

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An Interview With David Towsey

David Towsey is the author of the upcoming Equinox novel, The Walkin’ trilogy, and one-half of the creative partnership of D.K. Fields. Equinox, David’s newest release takes place in a world where every human body...

REVIEW: Red Seas Under Red Skies by Scott Lynch

Scott Lynch’s second novel in The Gentlemen Bastards Sequence, Red Seas Under Red Skies, picks up two years after the events at the end of The Lies of Locke Lamora. A new city brings...