Negalyod: The God Network – Review

Author – Vincent Perriot Pages – 208 Publishing Information – Titan Comics, 19th July 2022. Buy here! The One Sentence Review A beautifully illustrated and coloured graphic novel set in an intriguing dinosaur dystopia. The Blurb Negalyod follows dinosaur shepherd, Jarri, as he joins a rebel group intent on destroying the totalitarian government that controlsContinue reading “Negalyod: The God Network – Review”

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Lightblade – Review

Author – Zamil Akhtar Pages – 516 Publishing Information – Self Published, The One Sentence Review A smart, surreal science fantasy with welcome Middle Eastern influences and a truly imaginative world. The Blurb In three days, Jyosh will slay the God Emperor, or die trying. But first he must train his lightblade skills. While asleep.Continue reading “Lightblade – Review”

Fid’s Crusade – Review

Author – David H Reiss Pages – 378 Publishing Information – Independently Published, 23rd March 2018 The One Sentence Review An exciting, refreshing take on the superhero genre with smart ideas and a lot of heart. The Blurb For more than two decades, the sight of Doctor Fid’s powered armor has struck terror into theContinue reading “Fid’s Crusade – Review”

Under Fortunate Stars – Review

Author – Ren Hutchings Pages – 480 Publishing Information – Rebellion, 10th May 2022 The One Sentence Review A superb sci-fi debut with a heart warming and imaginative story that makes you fall in love with the characters and immerse yourself in their world. The Blurb Two Ships. One Chance To Save The Future. FleeingContinue reading “Under Fortunate Stars – Review”

The Kaiju Preservation Society – Review

The One Sentence Review An entertaining and exciting adventure that really benefits from focusing on the fun factor. Author – John Scalzi Pages – 272 Publishing Information – March 17th 2022, Tor Books The Blurb The Kaiju Preservation Society is John Scalzi’s first standalone adventure since the conclusion of his New York Times bestselling InterdependencyContinue reading “The Kaiju Preservation Society – Review”

Stars and Bones – Review

Stars and Bones is a creative introduction to Gareth Powell’s new series, in which he presents big ideas, dark themes and a good dose of imagination. Author – Gareth L. Powell Pages – 400 Publishing Information – Titan Books, 1st March 2022 After reading Gareth Powell’s Embers of War trilogy, I was really excited toContinue reading “Stars and Bones – Review”

Deep Dive – Review & Interview

Today I’m thrilled to welcome Ron Walters to Spells & Spaceships as part of the Angry Robot book tour for Deep Dive, Ron’s debut published novel. I’ve got a really interesting interview (credit to Mr. Walters for the great answers!) as well as my own review for the novel. You can find the full tourContinue reading “Deep Dive – Review & Interview”

No Song, But Silence – Review

An ambitious and fitting end to the Wind Tide Trilogy, with the poignancy and intelligent writing that has now come to define this series shining here too. Author: Jonathan Nevair Pages: 372 Publishing Info: Shadow Spark Publishing, 14th Nov 2021 Thankyou to Jonathan Nevair and Storytellers on Tour for the opportunity to read this bookContinue reading “No Song, But Silence – Review”

Artifact Space – Review

A fantastic space opera that has it all; great characters, imaginative worldbuilding and an exciting plot full of mystery and adventure. Artifact Space by Miles Cameron was a delight to read, and despite being a hefty enough book, never felt too long, nor too short. The pacing is spot on. On finishing, there is soContinue reading “Artifact Space – Review”