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June 9, 2023

Review: Dreamtigers by Jorge Luis Borges

“For myth is at the beginning of literature, and also at its end.” Dreamtigers is an unusually personal collection of stories and poetry from Jorge Luis Borges, the master of…
June 7, 2023

#SPFBO9 Semifinalist Selection – The Way of Unity by Sarah K. Balstrup

The Way of Unity  by Sarah K. Balstrup SPFBO9 - Our Reviews John Mauro “She would not do it again. She swore it. They would have no more of her blood.”…
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June 7, 2023

Review – Merlin’s Booke by Jane Yolen

“The hard bed, the stool beside it, the stark cross on the wall, each cast shadows. Only the man in the bed seemed shadowless. He was the stillest thing in…
June 6, 2023

Review – Replika: Sky’s Mission by Hugo Bernard

What is Replika: Sky's Mission? They hacked her brother’s brain. Then sent him into the simulation. Sky must now get to him first… the future of reality is at stake.…
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June 6, 2023

Graphic Novel Review: “Injection – Volume 1” by Warren Ellis

Will someone please tell me what this is about?
June 6, 2023

Review – A Drowned Kingdom by P.L. Stuart

“What better places for Erthal and me to rule than acquired lands where savages bowed down to idols, and where infidels worshipped wind, earth, sun, and other elements, in their…
June 6, 2023

Review – Can’t Spell Treason Without Tea by Rebecca Thorne⠀

“A person could work and work and work, and still never “earn” their dues. Sometimes success meant determination… and sometimes, it was just luck.” If you are an avid fantasy…
June 4, 2023

Review: The New World by Mark Lawrence

“Being on a ship is rather like being in gaol. I can say this with authority, having spent time in both.” The New World continues the story of Mark Lawrence’s…