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Timy Takács

Timy Takács

Tiny evil creature, sarcastic smartass, music addict rocker and panda lover. Timy is one of the weird people called hungarians, born and raised in Budapest. She loves everything mythological - and has a degree to prove it - especially if it's on the darker side of the spectrum. She has a boring day job so Timy entertains herself with crafting, reading, blogging and writing both reviews and short stories.

REVIEW: The Lore of Prometheus by Graham Austin-King

When Graham Austin-King first approached me about an ARC of The Lore of Prometheus he described it as sort of Dean Koontz / Stephen King / Clive Barker style. Now, I’ve read one Koontz...

REVIEW: Blood of Heirs by Alicia Wanstall-Burke

Blood of Heirs is the ambitious debut epic fantasy novel and the first book of The Coraidic Saga by Alicia Wanstall-Burke. And while I wouldn’t place it in the grimdark genre, it has some...

REVIEW: Devouring Dark by Alan Baxter

Suppose you have darkness/shadows (depending on what you call it) living inside of you. Suppose you can release it time to time in one way or another. How would you use it? And if...