Reviews

The Passage by Justin Cronin

Arguably one of the biggest books of the year, The Passage is literary author Justin Cronin’s first foray into the realm of speculative fiction. He was originally inspired by his nine-year-old daughter who told him she wanted a story about …

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Thrall by Steven Shrewsbury

Thrall is a stand-alone novel – for now, at least – by Steven Shrewsbury. It is a heroic fantasy in a dark and gritty setting filled with warriors, armies, blood, gore, some zombies, an undead dragon with the soul of …

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Troubled Waters by Sharon Shinn

Troubled Waters is set in a world where people believe that their lives are ruled by one of the five elements – Air (Elay), Wood (Hunti), Fire (Sweela), Water (Coru) and Earth (Torz). The elements also coincide with physical traits …

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Echo City by Tim Lebbon

“Something’s coming…” That one line summarizes Echo City, a stand-alone novel by Tim Lebbon. This is a work of very dark but slightly epic fantasy that sometimes borders on the horror genre. It is about a huge city called Echo …

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