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REVIEW: Lost Souls by Ryan Skeffington

Lost Souls, the debut novel from indie author Ryan Skeffington, is a dark science fiction thrill ride that leaves plenty of emotional devastation in its wake. The novel opens in the year 2070 with...

REVIEW: Heavenbreaker by Sara Wolf

The first in a new sci-fi series, Heavenbreaker is a fast-paced tale from author Sara Wolf that follows Synali von Hauteclare, a young woman living in the year 3442 with one thing on her...

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: Fallout

Fallout is the latest TV series from Amazon Prime Video and is the streaming giant’s attempt to cash in on the success of the videogame series from Bethesda which has sold millions of copies...

REVIEW: Redsight by Meredith Mooring

All Korinna wants to do is stay alive. And live in peace. But she’s a Redseer, a blind priestess with the power to manipulate space and time. In the hostile world of Meredith Mooring’s...

REVIEW: Neon Nights: A Cyberpunk Detective Thriller by Anna Mocikat

Neon Nights: A Cyberpunk Detective Thriller by Anna Mocikat is a spin-off of the very popular and engaging Behind Blue Eyes series that has already had a spin-off in the Nephilim: Origins trilogy. Neon...

Top ten new horror novels for grimdark fans

Grimdark fans love the darker side of fantasy and science fiction, which often intersects with the horror genre. In this listicle, we recommend ten recently published horror novels with strong elements of dark fantasy...

REVIEW: Infinity Gate by M.R. Carey

Infinity Gate is M.R. Carey’s multiverse epic that gives a personal touch to heart-pounding military sci-fi. Infinity Gate builds on the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, which considers a branching of the universe into...

REVIEW: Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter

Auxiliary: London 2039 is a dark, seedy, and depressing story about a cyberpunk future as well as a broken/damaged detective investigating a murder. The thing is that I’m not actually complaining about these things....

Arvekt by Craig Lea Gordon

REVIEW: Arvekt by Craig Lea Gordon

Arvekt by Craig Lea Gordon is a kinetic action-filled cyberpunk thriller that I absolutely love. If anyone knows anything about me, they’ll know that I am a huge fan of the cyberpunk genre. It...

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