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REVIEW: The Wings Upon Her Back by Samantha Mills

In The Wings Upon Her Back by Nebula, Sturgeon, and Locus Award-winning Samantha Mills, Winged Zemolai, a winged warrior in servitude to a warrior god makes a mistake. She is tired, her bones ache...

REVIEW: Bob the Wizard by M.V. Prindle

Bob the Wizard, the debut dark fantasy by M.V. Prindle, is a raucous ride featuring Robert Caplan, or Bob, as his friends know him. Bob is a chain-smoking recovering alcoholic, a foul-mouthed ex-garbage man...

REVIEW: Redsight by Meredith Mooring

All Korinna wants to do is stay alive. And live in peace. But she’s a Redseer, a blind priestess with the power to manipulate space and time. In the hostile world of Meredith Mooring’s...

The cover for Clayton Snyder’s new science fantasy romp: Blackthorne

Do I love a good cover reveal! Clayton Snyder is an author the Grimdark Magazine team know and love. We’ve reviewed a decent stack of his books (Thieve’s War, River of Thieves, and Norylska Groans) and well as...

REVIEW: Nona the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir

Book three in Tamsyn Muir’s brilliantly strange The Locked Tomb series was originally supposed to be Alecto the Ninth but somewhere along the way plans changed, the trilogy became a series, and Nona the...

REVIEW: Horizon: Zero Dawn – Liberation

Horizon: Zero Dawn – Liberation from Titan Comics, written by Anne Toole and drawn by Elmer Tamaso, is an exciting slice of science fantasy set in the world of the record breaking and award...

REVIEW: The Harrowing of Doom by David Annandale

Despite being the first entry (of 4, as of this writing) in the prose novel series Marvel Untold, David Annandale’s The Harrowing of Doom is the last entry I’ve read. I discovered the series...

Dune trailer gives a glimpse into the future

The trailer for Denis Villieneuve’s long awaited movie adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi classic Dune has finally dropped and it’s packed with tantalising moments. Dune has been adapted before, with the 1984 David Lynch...