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REVIEW: Tears of Raphaela by Richard Swan

In Tears of Raphaela by Richard Swan, a new Warhammer 40,000 short story from Black Library, Brother Ramethos of the Lamenters space marine chapter hunts the last Tyranid Prime across the devoured cities of the...

Richard Swan announces Grave Empire, a new trilogy to follow The Empire of the Wolf

Richard Swan will be releasing a follow-up series to his extremely popular Empire of the Wolf trilogy, Orbit announced today. In news that is sure to delight the growing Swan fanbase, Grave Empire will...

EXCERPT: The Silverblood Promise by James Logan

The Silverblood Promise by James Logan is published by Arcadia Books on 25th April. It will be available in Hardback, EBook and Audiobook. The Mother of Cities A sharp rap at his cabin door...

REVIEW: The Straight Razor Cure (Low Town) by Daniel Polansky

Having absolutely adored Polansky’s The Builders, Those Below, Those Above, and Tomorrow’s Children, I knew it was time to go back to where it began and read The Straight Razor Cure (published as Low...

REVIEW: Empire of the Damned by Jay Kristoff

Empire of the Damned continues the bloody and unforgiving tale of the silversaint Gabriel de Leon. Gabriel remains the prisoner of the vampire Margot, the Empress of Wolves and Men, and she wishes for...

OUT TODAY! Grimdark fantasy horror novella In the Shadow of their Dying by Anna Smith Spark and Michael R. Fletcher

The grimdark fantasy horror novella you’ve all been waiting for is out now! In the Shadow of their Dying by Anna Smith Spark and Michael R. Fletcher hits bookshelves today. We’ve had our largest...

REVIEW: The Blood Curse by Jessica A. McMinn

Jessica A. McMinn is completely on fire in the explosive second volume of her epic Gardens of War and Wasteland quartet. Darker, grander, richer, and filled with even more delicious emotional turmoil, The Blood...

The Court of Broken Knives by Anna Smith Spark

Anna Smith Spark: Where to Start Reading

Rightfully hailed as the queen of grimdark, Anna Smith Spark is the author of the Empires of Dust trilogy, which began in spectacular fashion with The Court of Broken Knives and continued with The...

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...

A Lion's Pride

REVIEW: A Lion’s Pride by P.L. Stuart

A Lion’s Pride is the fourth volume in P.L. Stuart’s Drowned Kingdom Saga, which is inspired by the mythology of Atlantis. The events of Book Four are destined to change everything for our protagonist,...

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