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Review: Galactic Vice by Jake Bible

Galactic Vice by Jake Bible is a standalone police procedural in Space that isn’t quitecyberpunk, isn’t quite science fiction noir, and isn’t quite space opera but blends elements of all three. If I were...

REVIEW: The Last Voyage of the Demeter

The Last Voyage of the Demeter (also known as Dracula: Voyage of the Demeter) is another film directly inspired by Bram Stoker’s Dracula. This time, the story is based on the section of the...

REVIEW: The Witcher S3

Henry Cavill’s time as Geralt of Rivia comes to a close in a 2-part third season of The Witcher. Loosely adapting Andrzej Sapkowski’s popular fantasy books, The Witcher S3 finds a cast comfortable in...

What we know about Joe Abercrombie’s Best Served Cold so far

Joe Abercrombie has etched his name deeply into the annals of fantasy fans – particularly those of a more grimdark persuasion. As SFF becomes more and more popular, with TV and film studios rushing...

REVIEW: Final Fantasy XVI

One of the oldest jokes in video game RPGs is how long-running the Final Fantasy franchise is, given its name. The original Final Fantasy, released in 1987 in Japan and 1990 in North America,...

REVIEW: The Last of the Atalanteans by P.L. Stuart

A drowned kingdom may rise again in The Last of the Atalanteans, the second volume of P.L. Stuart’s Drowned Kingdom Saga, a dark epic fantasy inspired by the mythology of Atlantis. The Last of...

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REVIEW: Silo (AppleTV)

Silo is the brilliant new, dystopian TV series based on the best-selling sci-fi novels written by Hugh Howey. The silo is a 144-floor indoor city that is meant to hold the last humans alive...

REVIEW: The Prophet of Edan by Philip Chase

Reading The Prophet of Edan, the second book in Philip Chase’s Edan Trilogy, is a transcendent experience, epic in scope yet deeply personal. The Prophet of Edan chronicles the War of the Way, a...

REVIEW: Buzzard’s Bowl by John Palladino

John Palladino takes his craft to new heights in Buzzard’s Bowl, the second volume of his grimdark fantasy series, The Tragedy of Cedain. I am delighted to see how Palladino has grown as a...

REVIEW: The Return of the Knights by Gregory Kontaxis

The Return of the Knights is the debut novel by Greek fantasy author Gregory Kontaxis and the first volume of his series, The Dance of Light. Originally published in Greek, The Return of the...

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