House of Chains by Steven Erikson Being the fourth entry in Steven Erikson’s sprawling series THE MALAZAN BOOK OF THE FALLEN, House of Chains continues with the storyline first started in Deadhouse Gates and somewhat loosely with the repercussions of the explosive climax to Memories of Ice. I won’t bother trying to summarize the setup […]Read More
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Posted by Stuart Starosta | Dec 24, 2015 | SFF Reviews | 2
The Voice from the Edge Volume 4: The Deathbird & Other Stories by Harlan Ellison The Deathbird & Other Stories: The Voice from the Edge Vol. 4 is the fourth installment in Harlan Ellison’s 5-volume THE VOICE FROM THE EDGE series. He’s a born storyteller, without question the most passionate, intense and brilliant audiobook narrator I’ve […]Read More
Posted by Kat Hooper | Feb 22, 2014 | SFF Reviews | 0
Vampire Mountain by Darren Shan It’s been six years since the events of the previous book, Tunnels of Blood. Darren and Mr. Crepsley have been travelling with the Cirque du Freak, but this is the year that the Vampire Council meets in Vampire Mountain and so it’s time for Mr. Crepsley to present Darren to […]Read More
Posted by John Hulet | Feb 19, 2011 | SFF Reviews | 0
Elfsorrow by James Barclay Elfsorrow is the first book in The Legends of the Raven, James Barclay’s second series about a group of mercenaries called the Raven. If you have not read the previous series, The Chronicles of the Raven, you are going to end up guessing at much of what is going on. If I […]Read More
Posted by Greg Hersom | Apr 7, 2010 | SFF Reviews | 4
Watcher of the Dead by J.V. Jones Watcher of the Dead has a momentum that’s like watching black clouds grow in mass for a storm you just know will be enormous. In a world fraught with clan wars and military invasions, the individual power struggles grow even more desperate as the ancient evil called the […]Read More
Posted by Rebecca Fisher | Dec 5, 2007 | SFF Reviews | 0
Lady Knight by Tamora Pierce Finally, Keladry of Mindelin (“Kel” to her friends) has completed her training and been dubbed Lady Knight of Tortall in this final installment of The Protector of the Small quartet. She’s conquered bullies, prejudice, kidnappings, skirmishes, the skepticism of Lord Wyldon, and the terrifying Ordeal; the chamber that all squires […]Read More
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