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…

Never Die Review by James Jakins

Never Die by Rob J. Hayes Review by: James Jakins Some fantasy books are praised for their worldbuilding. The strange, but sometimes still familiar, settings that evoke wonder.  Others for the quest. The heroic(or not-so-much) purpose of the hero and their allies to face and conquer unsurmountable odds. And, while Never Die definitely has both…

The Clockwork Dynasty Review by: Dani Long

The Clockwork Dynasty by Daniel H. WilsonReview By: Dani Long  Man, how to describe this book... It has automatons, secret societies, ancient history. This is really one story being told over two different time periods. The first begins with the awakening of Peter and his sister, Elena, in early 18th century Russia. Their remains were…

Children of Blood and Bone Review by: Dani Long

Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi: Review by: Dani Long A despotic king that holds an entire people practically in bondage. Injustice and prejudice. Two teenage girls from opposite backgrounds that embark on a quest together to restore their people. This sounds like so many other books that I have read before. BUT. Children…