July 4, 2022

Fantasy and Science Fiction That Features Strong Women or Woman’s Rights

"Don't let the bastards grind you down." Books are glorious as they can stand on the uncharted precipice of "what if" and ask, "What if the world was different?" How…
the burnt watcher#spfbo8
July 3, 2022

#SPFBO8 Review and Cut – The Burnt Watcher by Keith Healing

Overall, decent and interesting – and for those who love a good post-apocalyptic novel, then you will enjoy reading this one! Book Blurb: The Excise exists to keep the world…
July 3, 2022

Review – MESS EFFECT: A NITPICKERS GUIDE TO THE WORLD THAT FELL APART by Shamus Young

this is a book for hardcore Mass Effect nerds and those who strongly care about things like the economics of the Alliance or how the Turian Navy functions   MESS…
Northern Wrath
July 1, 2022

Review – NORTHERN WRATH by Thilde Kold Holdt

  The women in the book are stalwart, heroic, and gritty. They are mothers, daughters, and wives, with plenty of heart and compassion, and conjointly fearsome warriors, leaders, and influencers.…
mouse guard
July 1, 2022

Graphic Novel Review of “Mouse Guard Fall: 1152” by David Peterson

“Take no duty of the Guard lightly. Friends must not be enemies Just as enemies must not be friends. Discerning the two is a life's work.”
the blade itself
July 1, 2022

REVIEW – THE BLADE ITSELF BY JOE ABERCROMBIE

Overall, the book was simply incredible.   What it is About? The first novel in the First Law Trilogy and debut fantasy novel from New York Times bestseller, Joe Abercrombie. Logen Ninefingers,…
#spfbo8
June 30, 2022

#SPFBO8 – Review and Cut – The Trials Of Ashmount by John Palladino

  Palladino’s novel, The Trials of Ashmount is a promising start to his fantasy series, and a deliciously brutal, grimdark world.   Cedain lies on the brink of war and…
The hand that casts the bone
June 30, 2022

Review – The Hand that Cast the Bone by H.L. Tinsley

In "The Hand That Casts the Bone", Tinsley has managed to keep her prose lean, tight, impactful, delicious, without wasting any words, and yet still spin a tale that is…