Category Archives: Fantasy

Gangsta: Cursed Volume 3 by Kohske

Cursed volume 3 continues the story of the Hunters all out war on the Twilights. Caught in the middle, Spas (later Marco) continues his journey of doubt and discovery as he realizes more and more that he may actually be … Continue reading

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Geis II by Alexis Deacon

There is something very brilliant about Geis – we have a story with character stereotypes in the fantasy genre that feel like they should go one way but the story keeps us continually guessing as it goes a completely unexpected … Continue reading

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One Dark Throne by Kendare Blake

I enjoyed Three Dark Crowns and have to say that One Dark Throne is even better. It is obvious that author Blake has carefully plotted out all aspects of the story in advance – there are very smart character and … Continue reading

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Gwent: The Art Of The Witcher Card Game

With a coffee table book, sometimes pretty full page images alone just isn’t enough. Fortunately, for this collection of the Gwent stand alone game card images, we get more than pretty pictures with informative accompanying text. Yes, at times, the … Continue reading

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Mask of Shadows by Lindsey Miller

Typically, if I give a low star rating (in this case, a 2 out of 5), it means it is a book that doesn’t have enough character development or is grossly underwritten to the point of being unbelievable and paper-thin. … Continue reading

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Monstress Volume 2 by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda

Where Monstress Volume 1 felt more of a cypher than a full tale, Volume 2 solidifies the story while never giving away too much of the lore. The art work, as always, is breathtaking; more than a pretty face, the … Continue reading

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Age of Swords by Michael J. Sullivan

Book two in the Legends of the First Empire continues exactly where the previous book left off and moves on with the plot without wasting time reiterating events. Personally I like this approach in book series where the author is … Continue reading

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