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Fae – The Wild Hunt by Graham Austin-King

Review: Fae – The Wild Hunt by Graham Austin-King

Graham Austin-King puts the bite back into the world of fairy tales with the first of the Riven Wyrde Trilogy: Fae – The Wild Hunt. This story is told from the perspective of three...

Leviathan Wakes by James S.A. Corey

Review: Leviathan Wakes by James S.A. Corey

I spotted Leviathan Wakes online touted as Game of Thrones in space. If I’m honest about it, I bought it on a whim based on that and a want to read more sci-fi of...

Blaise Maximillian: Bitter Defeat by Matthew Sylvester

Review: Blaise Maximillian: Bitter Defeat by Matthew Sylvester

Blaise Maximillian: Bitter Defeat tells the story of a British officer fighting in a diesel-punk version of World War I that sees the Germans rise victorious. Told in a series of sequential short stories,...

Snakewood by Adrian Selby

Review: Snakewood by Adrian Selby

Make no mistake: Snakewood is grimdark. It’s grimdark and then some. Moral ambiguity infuses all the major characters, and no clear line is ever drawn between right and wrong, good and evil. Snakewood is...

The Great Ordeal by R. Scott Bakker

Win a Copy of The Great Ordeal by R. Scott Bakker

With the release of The Great Ordeal just around the corner, I’m sure there are plenty of you deadset ITCHING to get your hands on a copy early. Looks enticing, right? Well, the fantastic...

In Midnight's Silence by Teresa Frohock

Excerpt: In Midnight’s Silence (Los Nefilim) by Teresa Frohock

The hero of Los Nefilim is Diago Alvarez, and much like the Shadow (of the old Shadow pulps), Diago has magical abilities. He and his lover, Miquel, are part of a secretive group known...

The Great Ordeal by R. Scott Bakker

Excerpt: The Great Ordeal by R. Scott Bakker

It’s here! After a five year hiatus, R. Scott Bakker is storming back onto bookshelves. We’ve been chatting (begging) with Overlook to try and nab an excerpt and without any further ado, I present the...

Nightwise by R.S. Belcher

Review: Nightwise by R.S. Belcher

Urban fantasy is a mixed-breed animal. Horror, dark fantasy, romance, hard-boiled detective fiction, police procedural – urban fantasy pairs them off, lets them get comfy, and then births its own unique lineages of weird...

The Wheel of Osheim by Mark Lawrence

Review: The Wheel of Osheim by Mark Lawrence

In The Wheel of Osheim, the final instalment of Mark Lawrence’s The Red Queen’s War Trilogy, Jalan Kendeth, lover of wine, women and slacking off somehow finds himself lost the bowels of Hell itself,...

The Crimson Campaign by Brian McClellan

Review: The Crimson Campaign by Brian McClellan

Having not had the chance to read as many books as I wanted to in 2015, I feel like it’s been ages since an author really grabbed me by the collar and dragged me...