Of Blood and Fire – Review

Author – Ryan Cahill Pages – 541 Publishing Information – Self Published, March 2021 The Blurb Born in fire. Tempered in blood. Epheria is a land divided by war and mistrust. The High Lords of the south squabble and fight, only kept in check by the Dragonguard, traitors of a time long past, who serveContinue reading “Of Blood and Fire – Review”

Priest of Lies – Review

Author – Peter McLean Pages – 374 Genre – Grimdark Gangster Fantasy Publishing Information – Jo Fletcher, July 2019 Review (spoiler free) I really loved Priest of Lies, a book that expands on everything that made its predecessor so compelling and then takes it up to another level. The tried and tested formula of TomasContinue reading “Priest of Lies – Review”

The Bloggers Spotlight – Part 6

Hi all, it’s been a while! Twitter engagement feels like it’s gone downhill and those fun conversations and discussions about books just aren’t happening as much. Fortunately, there are still some amazing people in the SFF book community and if you have a look, those great posts and interesting tweets are still happening – they’reContinue reading “The Bloggers Spotlight – Part 6”

Wildlife Anatomy – Review

Author – Julia Rothman Pages – 208 Genre – Wildlife and Nature Publishing Information – Storey Publishing, 04/04/23 The Blurb Julia Rothman’s series of Anatomy books (549,000 copies in print) are beloved by children and adults alike. In Wildlife Anatomy, Rothman captures the excitement and distinctive attributes of wild animals around the world. The bookContinue reading “Wildlife Anatomy – Review”

An Interview with Kian N. Ardalan

A warm welcome to you, O Ashen One. It is my pleasure to share with you my interview with Kian Ardalan, author of the soon-to-be-published Eleventh Cycle. Check out the blurb below, before entering the mists to reveal our interview! Eleventh Cycle It has been a thousand years since the last Seed abandoned their duty.Continue reading “An Interview with Kian N. Ardalan”

An Interview with James Lloyd Dulin

Hi folks, today I have an excellent author interview for you, which coincides with the release of his new book in just under 2 weeks! I chat with James Lloyd Dulin, author of the upcoming No Heart For A Thief (Releasing January 24th, preorders open). Check out some information about the book below, followed byContinue reading “An Interview with James Lloyd Dulin”

An Interview with Jonathan Nevair

It is my pleasure to present my interview with Jonathan Nevair, author of the Wind Tide Trilogy and recently Stellar Instinct, a fast paced Spy-Fi Space Thriller. Check out his author bio at the end of the post and book covers below. I hope you enjoy the interview! Jonathan’s Books Interview Hi Jonathan and welcomeContinue reading “An Interview with Jonathan Nevair”

Legend – Review

Author – David Gemmell Pages – 352 Genre – Heroic Fantasy Publishing Information – Paperback edition reprinted by Orbit, October 2009. Originally published by Century, 1984. The One Sentence Review Fast paced, page-turning fantasy where you’ll meet one of your new favourite characters, the titular Druss the Legend. The Blurb Legend is the classic DrenaiContinue reading “Legend – Review”

A Cup of Tea at the Mouth of Hell – Review

Author – Luke Tarzian Pages – 62 (ebook) Publishing Information – Self Published, LukeTarzian.com, August 2022 The One Sentence Review A heart-wrenchingly honest account of one man’s ongoing journey living with grief and loss; a book guaranteed to affect you deeply – the only book to have ever made me both laugh and cry. TheContinue reading “A Cup of Tea at the Mouth of Hell – Review”