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: The Dragon’s Path by Daniel Abraham

The Dragon’s Path is an intriguing and character-focused fantasy release that helped me get out of a reading and review slump that has lasted 3-months. The first entry in The Dagger and the Coin...

REVIEW: The Roach by Rhett C. Bruno

The Roach by Rhett C. Bruno is a book that is a rare find among grimdark fiction: a superhero novel. There’s certainly grimdark superhero stories like Watchmen, The Dark Knight Returns, Spawn, and Daredevil:...

REVIEW: The Lawless Land by Boyd and Beth Morrison

The Lawless Land by Beth and Boyd Morrison is a historical fiction that will have medieval action fans on the edge of their seats. Set in a post-ish Black Death England and France, The...

REVIEW: Deepwater King by Claire McKenna

My personal comfort place is by a wild coast, listening to the sea bashing against rocks. The wildness of it, the vast presence of the water and the rough saltiness of the sea air...

REVIEW: This Thing of Darkness by Allan Batchelder

“What if William Shakespeare faked his death to live in Jamestown? What if there was a monster in the woods there?” Either of these could be the basis for a fun alternate history novel...

REVIEW: Stringers by Chris Panatier

Ben Sullivan, the lead protagonist of Stringers, Chris Panatier’s new novel, has a skewed view of the world. Imagine having a mind chockful of useless information, information that has somehow inexplicably been there your...

REVIEW: Nettle and Bone by T. Kingfisher

T. Kingfisher is a Hugo and Nebula Award winning author, and Nettle and Bone is her latest deliciously dark adult fantasy offering. Nettle and Bone is a standalone novel, expanding on of the world...

REVIEW: Sweet Home

Based on a popular webtoon, Sweet Home is another post-apocalyptic Korean drama currently on Netflix. A group of disparate residents are holed up in a grungy apartment complex as humans begin to turn into...

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An Interview With Ben Aaronovitch

Years ago, on my quest to read the world of urban fantasy, I came across Bestselling urban fantasy author Ben Aaronovitch’s Rivers of London novels and was immediately hooked.  Ben kindly sat down with...

Mark Lawrence: Endings

Endings are difficult. I thought perhaps that someone famous and wise had said that, and that with the aid of Google I might be able to quote them, and seem wise by association. But...