This week, I’m reviewing one of my most hotly anticipated books of the year, the sequel to 2020’s Mordew by Alex Pheby. Yes, it’s finally time to return to the Cities of the Weft trilogy, as Malarkoi is out now! Can it be as good as Mordew though? Read on to find out, and beware… Read More Book Review: Malarkoi, by Alex Pheby
Today, I’m lucky to be reviewing the sequel to one of my favourite books of last year. Tim Jordan’s Glow blew me away with its high concept, high octane vision of an Earth ravaged by the nano-drug of the title. Can sequel Afterglow repeat the trick? Read on to find out! Warning – whilst I’ve… Read More Book Review: Afterglow, by Tim Jordan
This week, I’m diving into a debut – specifically, Under Fortunate Stars by Ren Hutchings, which is out with Solaris on the 12th of May. Both humanity’s past and future hang in the balance in this character driven slice of sci-fi, but what did I make of it? Read on to find out! This fair… Read More Book Review: Under Fortunate Stars, by Ren Hutchings
It’s Monday, and I’m posting, so that can only mean one thing – it’s Music Monday! Music Monday is the original idea of Drew at The Tattooed Book Geek, and this is my adapted take on it, in which I pick an album to go with a book. Sometimes they’re linked very literally by the… Read More Music Monday: Stringers, by Chris Panatier
I’ve got something rather interesting to review this week, as Arthur C. Clarke Award winner Adrian Tchaikovsky has written a Black Library novel. How does Day of Ascension compare to their usual output? Read on to find out!
OK people, strap in, things are going to get weird. That’s right, it’s time for my review of Chris Panatier’s new novel, Stringers. Chris has been coy about the exact nature of the plot on social media, which has only made me more desperate to know what it’s about. Damn his craftiness. Allow me to… Read More Book Review: Stringers, by Chris Panatier