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Review: The Division: Recruited by Thomas Parott

The Division: Recruited by Thomas Parott (audiobook narrated by Amanda Dolan) is an installment of Ubisoft’s The Division series. The premise for said series is that Earth has been decimated by a horrifying variant...

REVIEW: Tomorrow’s Children by Daniel Polansky

Daniel Polansky’s Tomorrow’s Children is as if Gangs of New York was taken from the screen and re-written into a post apocalyptic fantasy world Quentin Tarantino and Guy Ritchie but ghost written by Joe...

REVIEW: The Division: Broken Dawn by Alexander C. Irving

The Division: Broken Dawn by Alexander C. Irving is a volume in the Ubisoft post-apocalypse action series, The Division. It is an intequel set between the events of the first two games. The premise...

REVIEW: The Division: Hearts On Fire

The Division: Hearts On Fire is an audiobook drama produced by Ubisoft and Audible. It is written by KC Wayland and stars a cast including Katie Sackhoff (The Mandalorian, Battlestar Galactica) and Shannon Woodward (Westworld)...

REVIEW: Sister, Maiden, Monster by Lucy A. Snyder

Visceral, gory, and deliciously unhinged, Sister, Maiden, Monster is a fast-paced, disturbingly relatable pandemic horror that I absolutely devoured and never wanted to end. Centering around the deadly—and thankfully fictional—PVG virus (polymorphic viral gastroencephalitis),...

REVIEW: The Gurkha and the Lord of Tuesday by Saad Z. Hossain

If one were to describe The Gurkha and the Lord of Tuesday, perhaps a way of doing so would be to call it a fish-out-of-water story, sprinkled with a certain irreverent humor that has...

REVIEW: World Running Down by Al Hess

World Running Down is the first traditionally published novel by Al Hess. I first read his self-published novel Mazarin Blues last year for the first Self-Published Science Fiction Competition, and loved it. Valentine Weis...

REVIEW: King of Thorns by Mark Lawrence

King of Thorns by Mark Lawrence is one of the greatest masterpieces of grimdark fantasy, a towering literary achievement that takes us into the darkened mind and heart of Jorg Ancrath as he comes...

REVIEW: Prince of Thorns by Mark Lawrence

Prince of Thorns is simultaneously a grimdark fantasy, a post-apocalyptic dystopian thriller, and an epic revenge narrative told from the point of view of a first-rate sociopath. The sociopath in question is Honorous Jorg...

REVIEW: See

In a post-apocalyptic world where only two million humans remain and have survived without sight for five centuries, an army of witch finders hunt a woman and her twins. A warrior who has taken...