Books

Travis S Taylor’s On to the Asteroid Review

My history with Travis S. Taylor as an author has been a rocky one. I enjoyed his contributions to the four Looking Glass books by John Ringo, though I’ll acknowledge that those novels are kind of a mess. (I’ll also acknowl...


Nick Mamatas’ I am Providence Review

Reviewers note: My review copy of I Am Providence was provided by Edelweisse. The novel releases August 9th, 2016 When I think about it, I’m not sure I’ve ever really enjoyed a who-done-it story. As soon as I know I’m inv...


Spiderlight Review

Reviewer’s Note: My copy of Spiderlight was provided by Tor. The novel releases on August 2nd, 2016 and can be preordered here It’s probably fair to say that anyone who likes fantasy as a genre has a long history with h...



Jodi Taylor’s Just One Damned Thing After Another Review

With the exception of the Terminator flicks, I prefer my time travel to be more on the comedic side. There’s something about the premise that I find hard buy into, be it the crazy paradoxes or the thousands of questions that ...


J Patrick Allen’s Dead West: West of Pale Review

J Patrick Allen’s Dead West: West of Pale is a combination I’m not sure I’ve seen before, pairing urban fantasy—magic, monsters, and myth—with a more western setting. The official time period is somewhere after the ci...