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REVIEW: Frolic on the Amaranthyn by Chase A. Folmar

After an act of brigandry goes awry, the seductive thief Emrasarie and the hulking swordsman Uralant the Untamable find themselves at the mercy of the masked sorcerer Zelaeus. Their lives at his disposal, he...

Top Ten Mark Lawrence Short Stories

Since the publication of Prince of Thorns in 2011, Mark Lawrence has become one of the most well-known and respected authors in the grimdark community. As of 2022, he has published fifteen novels over...

REVIEW: Full Immersion by Gemma Amor

Full Immersion, Gemma Amor’s deeply personal sci-fi horror, opens with a cry for help from the protagonist, Magpie, who pleads to be accepted into a new Virtual Experimental Therapy program to overcome her postpartum...

REVIEW: The Midnight World

The world is darker, stranger, and more dangerous than you could possibly know. More malicious than you’d ever dare to believe. There are dark forces at work, just beyond the edges of your perception...

REVIEW: Mad God

Mad God is a grotesque, profane, brutal hallucinatory odyssey through a nightmarish hellscape. It is also, quite frankly, a work of art. The brainchild of special effects and creature design luminary Phil Tippett, Mad...

REVIEW: Ten Sigma by A.W Wang

TEN SIGMA is a dark psychosexual story of a woman recruited into a super soldier serum as an alternative to dying of cancer. Mary, later renamed Brin, hates being a burden to her husband...