Review – The Infernal Aether – Peter Oxley

by Meera Nair When an act of bravado lands Augustus and Maxwell Potts into a war between two realms, they hadn't realized how fast their normal lives would spiral out of reach. They begin to be hounded by monstrosities from Hell.  Add to that Andras, a seemingly invincible evil incarnate, who is bent on making... Continue Reading →

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Review – Marvin’s Curse – Debra J Edwards

This story is about a pretty typical teenage boy.  Seventeen-year old Marvin resents his stepfather, struggles to communicate with his mother, cannot hold a coherent conversation with a female, and is indefatigably determined to do exactly the opposite of his father. Pretty standard, right? Until it isn’t. Marvin has the psychic ability to see ghosts,... Continue Reading →

Review – Sorrow’s Heart – GS Scott

GS Scott warned me before reading this novella that the themes were dark, and he wasn't lying. Torture, rape and imprisonment all feature in this dark fantasy that pulls no punches when in comes to content. It was an interesting introduction to what the author clearly wants to be an ongoing series. Telling the story of... Continue Reading →

Review – Taliesin – Stephen R. Lawhead

Taliesin is the first book in The Pendragon Cycle by Stephen R. Lawhead. The Pendragon Cycle as a whole is an interpretation of the Arthurian myth, drawing on Celtic history with liberal dashings of fantasy thrown in. The author's research and knowledge of the era and the legend are apparent throughout, even the few inconsistencies... Continue Reading →

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