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REVIEW: The Dragons of Deepwood Fen by Bradley P. Beaulieu

It is a great time to be a fan of dragons, especially if you like dragon literature, as we at team Grimdark Magazine do. The Dragons of Deepwood Fen, the latest novel from author Bradley P. Beaulieu,...

REVIEW: The Hurricane Wars by Thea Guanzon

It is not a foreign concept, in fantasy, to have two elements like light and darkness set as oppositions. In fact, it can almost be argued that it’s done too often. Thea Guanzon’s execution...

REVIEW: Perilous Times by Thomas D Lee

Perilous Times is Thomas D Lee’s debut novel. It is a wickedly funny Arthurian inspired satirical fantasy novel, set in a contemporary world. In it, and the idea where the title derives from, the knights...

REVIEW: Dragonfall by L.R. Lam

Dragonfall, the first book in L.R Lam’s The Dragon Scale Trilogy, is a slow burn, full of angst, moral dilemmas and emotionally damaged characters. When it all comes together, it culminates in an exciting...

REVIEW: To Shape a Dragon’s Breath by Moniquill Blackgoose

In a grim world damaged by dragon wars, colonization, and industrialization, To Shape a Dragon’s Breath follows the story of a young Indigenous girl who becomes the hope of her people. Instead of Dragon...

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REVIEW: House of the Dragon – Episode 2 ‘The Rogue Prince’

The world of Westeros returned to our screens with all the blood and intrigue you would expect from the prequel to George RR Martin’s Game of Thrones. House of the Dragon E1 delivered what...

REVIEW: House of the Dragon – Episode 1

It’s been over three years since the final season of the monumental Game of Thrones aired on TV. Three years for the audience to discuss the great points that soared higher than a fully-grown...

REVIEW: Dragons of Deceit by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman

Many years ago, I stumbled across a book called Dragons of Autum Twilight, book one in the Dragonlance Chronicles. There was a dragon on the front (I’m a sucker for dragons), and characters who...

Why I am Watching House of the Dragon

To quote another story about a dysfunctional family of great influence, “Just when I think I’m out, they pull me back in!” I watched the extended Comic-Con trailer for House of the Dragon, and...

REVIEW: The Iron Crown by L.L. MacRae

The Iron Crown by L.L. MacRae is Book 1 in the Dragon Spirits series and a finalist in Mark Lawrence’s 7th Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off (SPFBO7). In this epic, character-driven novel, MacRae excels at gradually...