Category Archives: Fantasy

Review – Screamcatcher – Christy J. Breedlove

Reviewed by Hannah Vernon I instantly admired Breedlove’s character-driven narrative when I began to read ‘Screamcatcher’. Characters are such a pivotal part of the novel, and the point from which the reader can access the world, and so I was delighted when I found that, despite knowing little about the Native American folklore underpinning the novel, through the nature of

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Review – The Kingmaker Contest – Troy Clem

Reviewed by Hannah Vernon Contest. A vicious sounding word, carrying connotations of conflict, destruction. And that was how I found this novel to be. The reader is introduced immediately to Theo, a stowaway, confined to a trunk in the “frigid mountain”s, escaped from Rigol but confined instantly to a carriage and the company of Lorsik, clad only in thin garments

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