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REVIEW: The Salt Grows Heavy by Cassandra Khaw

Cassandra Khaw’s new novella, The Salt Grows Heavy, is a darkly beautiful nightmare brought to life, which will drive a dagger through your heart and leave you begging for more. The Salt Grows Heavy...

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REVIEW: The Sun’s Devices by Rebecca Levene

The Sun’s Devices by Rebecca Levene tangents from what came before it. If Smiler’s Fair and The Hunter’s Kind were a mirrored duo, then the themes, tone, and focus of the third book in...

An interview with Jake Donkersgoed, creator of The Doors of Trithius

It’s been a slow few months for me, but it’s time I change that. Today, I bring you a first for Grimdark Magazine: game developer interviews! Today, I bring an interview with game developer...

REVIEW: Anatomy of a Heretic by David Mark

I received a review copy of Anatomy of a Heretic in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to David Mark and Head of Zeus. The prologue in Anatomy of a Heretic takes the...

REVIEW: Illborn by Daniel T Jackson

Illborn is the debut novel from author Daniel T Jackson and is published by independent house Matador. The novel is just over seven hundred pages so is a lengthy and enjoyable reading commitment. As...

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