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Tendrils of Darkness — Chapter 3: Grim Oath

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Riyria Graphic Novel: The Death of Dulgath by Michael J. Sullivan

by Jon Snow

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Dabel Brothers Publishing is pleased to announce the launch of it’s first-ever Kickstarter full-color graphic novel in partnership with bestselling author Michael J. Sullivan. Riyria: The Death of Dulgath will be adapted by Dabel Brothers Publisher Derek Ruiz (scripter of Dean Koontz’s Fear Nothing, Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist, and Becca Fitzpatrick’s Hush, Hush) and illustrated […]

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50+ Most Anticipated Fantasy Books of 2016 (Updated)

by Jon Snow

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Note: this has been updated as of August 2016 There’s a lot of fantasy books released every year — too much in fact to keep tabs on. But we give it our best attempt with this huge list of the most anticipated fantasy books of 2016. This comprehensive list is NOT a list of every […]

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The Apocalypse Bell by Angela N. Hunt

by Jon Snow

Up for release in July 2016, we have The Apocalypse Bell by Angela N. Hunt, which is apparently the latest in a loosely related series called Curse and Quanta. To be honest, I don’t actually know how this book fits into the series itself, because I had never heard of the series before I was […]

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Tales from the Flat Earth by Tanith Lee

by Jon Snow

I read the first three books of this series last March in the omnibus Lords of Darkness (now out of print) and I loved it immensely. It wasn’t love at first sight though. It was more of an intimate kind of love, one that slowly develops over time, rough patches here and there, perhaps moments […]

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Five things that we'd like to see from Fantasy in 2016

Five things we’d like to see from Fantasy in 2016

by Jon Snow

2014 was a great year in fantasy, lots of big names came to play. The likes of Lynch were back, Hobb brought back Fitz and a new epic fantasy and new player called Brian Staveley emerged. Fast forward to the present day and I would say that 2015 was a fizzer compared with 2014. Besides […]

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Kindle Scout

by Ben

Guest blog by Will Spero Scouting the Next “Diamond in the Rough” First coined in a 17th century play, the saying takes its origins from the process of cutting and polishing what resembles rock salt and turning it into a coveted diamond. But in the world of books, it’s even more magical. It’s discovering the […]

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Review: The Ice Dragon by George R.R. Martin

by Ben

Although The Ice Dragon is marketed as a children’s book, it isn’t. So don’t go out and buy it for your kids. It mentions the birthing process and might inspire some questions. It mentions the cold “creeping under the layers of blankets that covered the birthing bed” and that Adara “was icy to touch when […]

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Romance in Fantasy…what’s the point?

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Danica and I sat down (google hangouts) to talk about romance in fantasy. If you didn’t know, Danica is a dashingly good looking female who loves her romance and has a good opinion on the matter. I myself, know nothing. This discussion is in real time, we didn’t edit any of our answers (except for […]

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Review: Something More than Night by Ian Trigellis

by Ben

I’ve never read anything by Ian Trigellis before, so I didn’t have any expectations going into this book. But I went through a stage when I was really into hardboiled detective novels and film noir. I still have a soft spot for that stuff. Something More than Night is set in Thomas Aquinas’s vision of […]

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