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Upcoming Books in April

by Jon Snow

April is probably the best month for fantasy this year. Giddyup! Red Sister (Book of the Ancestor #1) – Mark Lawrence (April 1st) Mark Lawrence has really hit the scene with his last two trilogies. He has a way of making these anti-heroes work for him and gets everyone to love them, even though they […]

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Author Interview: Angus Watson

by Jon Snow

We interview Angus Watson, the author of ‘Age of Iron’   Facebook0Twitter0Pinterest0Reddit0SHARES0

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Books to look forward to in October

by Jon Snow

Wall of Storms by Ken Liu October 4th The Grace of Kings was a success in terms of fan engagement and reader enjoyment. Readers loved the fast paced, Asian influenced fantasy style. Wall of Storms is the sequel which details how Kuni is trying to rebuild his country into his vision but all good things take […]

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Aeronaut’s Windlass by Jim Butcher

by Jon Snow

The Aeronaut’s Windlass, the first book of Jim Butcher’s new fantasy series The Cinder Spires, was released in September 2015. I only just picked it up this summer, because I have an abiding distaste for hardback books (this often leaves me out of the loop following a book’s immediate release). The first time I saw […]

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Marc Turner Interview

by Jon Snow

We met Marc Turner, author of the Chronicles of the Exile Series, in a noisy London hotel lobby. Despite the muzak backing track we managed to learn about what he writes and how, along with some intriguing stuff about how people perceive good and evil, favourite magic systems and clues as to whether he is […]

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Review: Stiletto by Daniel O’Malley

by danica

Stiletto is the second (and last it seems) in a series called The Checquy Files. I read it without having read ‘The Rook’ and I wasn’t out of the loop, in fact I didn’t even realise until I was already well into the story. From Amazon because I don’t do summaries When secret organizations are […]

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Review: Chronicle of The Unhewn Throne by Brian Staveley

by Jon Snow

Chronicle of The Unhewn Throne is a trilogy by Brian Staveley. It comprises of The Emperor’s Blades, The Providence of Fire and The Last Mortal Bond, the last of which just came out in March. The trilogy begins with an assassination of an Emperor (like many books do) and the catastrophe the happens afterwards. The […]

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New Kindle Oasis

by Jon Snow

I love books. I love to touch them, to read them, to admire them from my bookshelf. When I got a kindle, I wasn’t so sure. But the more I used it, the more I appreciated it. I’m one of those people who now are happy to do both, but definitely still want to see […]

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Author Interview: Al Robertson and Alex Lamb

by Jon Snow

Two interviews at the same time! We talk to them about their books and what the future holds for humanity. We also ask them serious questions like what the punishment for book spine breakers should be!!! Crashing Heaven by Al Robertson: an embittered accountant of the future and his sidekick Hugo Fist (virtual ventriloquist dummy), […]

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Review: The Wit and Wisdom of Tyrion Lannister

by danica

This was given to me around Christmas time by the fabulous publicity executive who sends me books every now and again. The Wit and Wisdom of Tyrion Lannister is a  total pleasure to read. It is broken up by thoughts on certain topics. On being a dwarf On the power of words On romance On family […]

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