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REVIEW: The Beautiful Harpies by Cameron Scott Kirk

The city of Dysael is bustling. New innovations like the millhouse and smitheries pave the way towards industrialization. Available education has started to influence culture. A city that has it all, also has its...

REVIEW: No Place for Heroes by Justin Harnick

In the Known lands, god has become a mere reference point for legality and royalty. Desirables, those few who wield magic, are considered blessed. Those born without this ability are considered less than and...

REVIEW: A Dance For The Dead by Nuzo Onoh

Nuzo Onoh lives up to her title of “Queen of African horror” with her latest novel, A Dance For The Dead. Stitched with powerful imageries of dark magics and secret rites, Onoh weaves a...

REVIEW: Empire of Exiles by Erin M. Evans

Erin M. Evans’ new book, Empire of Exiles, brings together an ensemble cast with varying motives and personalities in an appealingly bookish setting. As dangerous, historical items are unearthed and a puzzling crime is...

REVIEW: Dark Oak by Jacob Sannox

Slaying the Dark Lord did not bring peace. Without a common enemy to unite them, the sworn fealty among men fractures. Powerful beings, considered myths in living memory, have awoken. Dark Oak by Jacob...

EXCLUSIVE: The Prologue of Legacy of Steel by Matthew Ward

Legacy of Ash by Matthew Ward was hands down one of the best books of last year. When I saw the glorious cover for Legacy of Steel hit the interwebs and read up on the...