• Midnight Riot by Ben Aaronovitch – review

    Move over, Harry Potter and Harry Dresden of The Dresden Files:  There’s a new wizard on the block, police constable Peter Grant of London. Titled Rivers of London in the UK, Midnight Riot is a suspenseful, page-turning,...

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  • The Neon Court by Kate Griffin – review

    The Matthew Swift series continues to be one of my favorite urban fantasy series running right now, because it has such a unique point of view of the world. I enjoyed The Neon Court, Or, The Betrayal...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Lightborn by Alison Sinclair – review

    Lightborn is a direct sequel to Darkborn, the opening book of Alison Sinclair’s Darkborn Trilogy.  The third part, Shadowborn, was published this summer, hence my finally getting around to Lightborn (for those who haven’t been following my...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Atlas Infernal by Rob Sanders review
    Atlas Infernal by Rob Sanders – review

    For any long-time 40K fans, Inquisitor Czevak needs no introduction. His quotes have appeared in many a game supplement going back into the dark and distant past. It was well past time that he be given a...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • eChook App review: A 10-minute Escape in the Palm of Your Hand!

    “A 10-MINUTE ESCAPE IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND–WE HAVE AN APP FOR THAT!” That’s how eChook’s site markets itself. And why not? There’s an app for almost everything else, so why not one where you can...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • the plain man by steve englehart review
    The Plain Man by Steve Englehart – review

    “Better Living Through Chemicals & Magick!” That’s the Alchemist’s Motto, or if it isn’t, it should be. I’ve just finished reading the awesome and wild ride that is The Plain Man by Steve Englehart.  My head is...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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