At the Gates of Darkness by Raymond E. Feist At the Gates of Darkness is the second book in the Demonwar Saga by Raymond E. Feist, and while his work is some of the first fantasy I’ve read and enjoyed enough to purchase, over the years my appreciation of his work has waned somewhat. This […]Read More
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Posted by Kat Hooper | Jul 20, 2015 | SFF Reviews | 3
The Sorcerer of the North by John Flanagan This review will contain minor spoilers for John Flanagan’s previous RANGER’S APPRENTICE books: The Ruins of Gorlan, The Burning Bridge, The Icebound Land, and The Battle for Skandia. The Sorcerer of the North begins a new story arc and new readers could start here, but for maximum […]Read More
Posted by Marion Deeds | May 21, 2013 | SFF Reviews | 0
The Human Division by John Scalzi The Human Division is a fast-paced roller coaster of a book. At the Nebula Awards this weekend in San Jose, California, John Scalzi politely informed me that this was the fifth book in a series, which starts with Old Man’s War. I haven’t read the other four (which I […]Read More
Posted by Robert Thompson (RETIRED) | Oct 13, 2009 | SFF Reviews | 0
My Dead Body by Charlie Huston PLOT SUMMARY: Nobody lives forever. Not even a Vampyre. Just ask Joe Pitt. After exposing the secret source of blood for half of Manhattan’s Vampyres, he’s definitely a dead man walking. He’s been a punching bag and a bullet magnet for every Vampyre Clan in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the […]Read More
Posted by Bill Capossere | May 12, 2009 | SFF Reviews | 0
The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan The Last Olympian is Rick Riordan’s conclusion to the well-received Percy Jackson series which involves the attempt by Kronos, the titan displaced ages ago by Zeus and the other Olympians, to rally his fellow titans, as well as assorted monsters, demigods, and disgruntled minor gods, to take down the […]Read More
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