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DISCUSSION: Fallout 76 – Six Years Later

Fallout 76 is a game that both frustrates me as well as invites me in. Six years ago, I was one of the early adopters of the video game and it was one of...

REVIEW: The Shadow Gate by L.L. MacRae

The Shadow Gate is Book Two in the Dragon Spirits series by L.L. MacRae, following up on her excellent first volume, The Iron Crown, which was a finalist in Mark Lawrence’s 7th Self-Published Fantasy...

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...

REVIEW: Fractal Noise by Christopher Paolini

Fractal Noise is the second book within Christopher Paolini’s Fractalverse, serving as a prequel to 2020’s To Sleep in a Sea of Stars. You don’t need to have read the first book to understand...

REVIEW: Painted Devils by Margaret Owen

Margaret Owen’s Painted Devils reunites us with some of our favourite characters from last year’s Little Thieves. The story is once again centred around chaotic disaster con artist Vanja Schmidt, and junior prefect Emeric...

Liveplay Review: Bookshops of Arkham

Critical Role created an entirely new sort of entertainment on the internet when it realized that people would pay decent money, at least in terms of Twitch stream revenue, as well as devote hours...

REVIEW: Fire Warrior by Simon Spurrier

In the grim darkness of the far future there is only war. But there are more battlegrounds to wage war on than blasted planetscapes—hearts and minds are just as often at war. And wars...

REVIEW: The Adventures of Amina al-Sirafi by Shannon Chakraborty

Some books are so magical you know within a few pages that they will end up on your favourites shelf. The Adventures of Amina al-Sirafi by Shannon Chakraborty is such a book. I was...

REVIEW: Wrath of N’Kai by Josh Reynolds

Wrath of N’Kai by Josh Reynolds is a gamelit tie-in literature, specifically for Arkham Horror. I don’t play Arkham Horror but a friend of mine does and it basically seems to be a boardgame...

REVIEW: New Edge Sword and Sorcery Magazine

Genre labels are funny, aren’t they? Grimdark. Cyberpunk. Hopepunk? ‘Swords-and-sorcery’ has been bandied about for almost a century, and still the average consumer doesn’t know what the hell it is. Does it have swords?...