Posts Tagged ‘book review’

Brian Lang’s The Knight’s Journal I Review

It’s perhaps a bit presumptuous to say this, but Neogaf’s writing community is looking to be a haven of talented indie writers. The site is going two for two at any rate, with Aidan Moher’s Tides of Shadows from two years...


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...


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...



Phoenix Ascendant Review

Note: My copy of Phoenix Ascendant was supplied by Edelweiss. The novel releases March 1st, 2016 “Chad, you can’t realistically review the third book of a trilogy while having skipped the first. It isn’t right.” “Shut...


Matt Wallace’s Lustlocked Review

The back copy of Lustlocked by Matt Wallace reads, “The Goblin King (yes, that one) and his Queen are celebrating the marriage of their son to his human bride. Naturally, the celebrations will be legendary.” Sounds pretty a...