Tagged: fantasy

Review: Seventh Son



Seventh Son is an epic fantasy tale, featuring witches that can turn into dragons, angry old men who kick serious ass and an attractive male...

Review: Modern Rituals

Seven strangers awaken in what appears to be a school, unsure of how they got there. Their last memories are of near death experiences...

Review: A Darker Shade of Magic

At a glance A Darker Shade of Magic treads familiar urban fantasy ground. The setting is a series of alternate Londons, a popular choice...

Review: The Glittering World

Any book that markets itself as “in the tradition of Neil Gaiman” is setting the bar very high. It’s a bar Robert Levy’s debut...

Review: Dangerous Games

“Games are ubiquitous,” claims Jonathan Oliver, editor of Dangerous Games, a short story anthology set to be released by Solaris on the fourth of...

Review: City of Stairs

A story about deceased divinities, set in a fantasy world where it is forbidden to even mention the names of the gods and goddesses, full...

Review: A Matter of Disagreement

It’s always refreshing to see depictions of people who are not straight or cisgender in any medium or genre. Fantasy is the biggest culprit...