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REVIEW: The Fall of the Giants by Gregory Kontaxis

The Fall of the Giants by Gregory Kontaxis is the second volume of his epic fantasy series, The Dance of Light, following up on his debut novel, The Return of the Knights. Originally published...

REVIEW: The Fireborn Blade by Charlotte Bond

Novellas like The Fireborn Blade by Charlotte Bond are exactly the reason I love shorter form fiction. Engaging, fast-paced, inventive, and just a damned-fun few hours to spend engrossed in a story, The Fireborn Blade...

REVIEW: Dreams of Fire by Shauna Lawless

Shauna Lawless already sits pretty high on my auto-buy author list based on her first two novels, The Children of Gods and Fighting Men and The Words of Kings and Prophets. So I was extremely excited to...

REVIEW: System Collapse by Martha Wells

The seventh instalment in The Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells, System Collapse follows on closely from Network Effect (book five, and previously the series’ only novel-length story) with another hugely entertaining blast of rogue...

REVIEW: FERAL by Gemma Amor

The five-word blurb for Gemma Amor’s blistering new short story, FERAL, is as fitting as it is succinct: “Meet Margot. She’s had enough.” The opening scene of FERAL channels Franz Kafka’s classic novella, The...

REVIEW: The Blood Curse by Jessica A. McMinn

Jessica A. McMinn is completely on fire in the explosive second volume of her epic Gardens of War and Wasteland quartet. Darker, grander, richer, and filled with even more delicious emotional turmoil, The Blood...

REVIEW: The World-Maker Parable by Luke Tarzian

Luke Tarzian discovers truth in madness with The World-Maker Parable, an ingeniously constructed dark fantasy novella that feels like a nightmare brought to life. The World-Maker Parable serves as a prequal to Tarzian’s novel,...

The Court of Broken Knives by Anna Smith Spark

Anna Smith Spark: Where to Start Reading

Rightfully hailed as the queen of grimdark, Anna Smith Spark is the author of the Empires of Dust trilogy, which began in spectacular fashion with The Court of Broken Knives and continued with The...

REVIEW: Through Dreams So Dark by Angela Boord

Through Dreams So Dark is a dark portal fantasy by Angela Boord that hearkens back to some of the great classics of Russian literature in both its story and its epic scope. Through Dreams...

REVIEW: What Feasts at Night by T. Kingfisher

What Feasts at Night is the latest folk horror offering from the reigning Queen of creepy novellas, the one and only T. Kingfisher. What Feasts at Night is the second story in Kingfisher’s Sworn Soldier world and reunites us...

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