Ravencry Review by: Noelle Nichols

Ravencry - Ed McDonaldReview by: Noelle Nichols Another gritty adventure brought to us by Ed McDonald. O.M.G. The last hundred pages of this book had me glued to the page. Have I mentioned I really love this book yet? Because anyone who can have me staying up late to finish it, is rare these days. …

Blackwing Review by: Noelle Nichols

Blackwing - Ed McDonaldReview by: Noelle Nichols I knew I was going to be in for a treat after I read these lines: “Tnota raised the glass eyepiece towards the skies the colour of a week-old bruise.” WAIT. It gets better.  “Dirty golds, hints of green, torn purples and ugly blood browns merged together, as…

Black Cross Review by: Michael Evan

Black Cross by JP Ashman Review by Michael Evan Wow! Black Cross was all kinds of everything. One of the most unique and powerful Fantasy novels I've read this year.  This is a huge sprawling epic with an enormous cast of engaging characters, some of whom have become my favorite in the genre.  There are…

The Weight of Blood Review by: Michael Evan

The Weight of Blood by David Dalglish Review by Michael Evan I loved this book. I suspect I will love the other books in the series even more. David Dalglish knows how to write brilliant cinematic battle scenes. He knows how to keep his books well paced and always interesting, but more than anything else…

The Lore of Prometheus Review by: Shona Kinsella

THE LORE OF PROMETHEUS by Graham Austin-King, Fallen Leaf PressReviewed by Shona Kinsella You may remember that reviewed Faithless by Graham Austin-King last year on this site and I really enjoyed it. You won’t be surprised then that when the author got in touch to ask if I would be interested in reviewing his latest…

The Traitor God Review by: Shona Kinsella

THE TRAITOR GOD by Cameron Johnston, Angry RobotReviewed by Shona Kinsella Foe ten years, Edrin Walker has been living in exile, never staying on one place too long in case his past catches up with him. A powerful magician (who might have had something to do with the death of a god, if only he…

Interview with Josiah Bancroft

An interview with Josiah BancroftBy: Michael Evan A pre “Arm of the Sphinx” interview I conducted with the incomparable Josiah Bancroft. Originally published elsewhere Senlin Ascends was actually self-published a number of years ago along with its sequel Arm of the Sphinx despite now, finally getting the recognition it has always deserved through Orbit publishing. Tell…

The Queen of Crows Review by: Dani Long

The Queen of Crows by Myke Cole: Review by:Dani Long I received a copy of this book from Tor.com in exchange for an honest review. After the events of The Armored Saint, Heloise and her fellow villagers are preparing for a return strike from the Order. Because of Heloise's actions at the end of the first book, she…