Wolfhound Century by Peter Higgins

“His clothes and skin stank of hopelessness and self-disgust and other people’s blood.” For me to be immersed in a novel, I need a strong atmosphere and great dialogue. The most bittersweet thing about Peter Higgins debut, Wolfhound Century, is that he captures the bleak landscape and time period in such a brilliant way, yet…

Depth Charging Ice Planet Goth Cover Reveal!

So, I’ve got exciting news. First cover reveal. And I’m chuffed to say it’s for an awesome friend of mine, Andrez Bergen. You all know how much I rave about his work, so I thought it was time to help his (and the artist’s) career out a little more. Hype is never a bad thing,…

Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

“Unity, I thought, implies the possibility of disunity. Beginnings imply and require endings.” Very rarely does a book strike such a differing chord with me. No, I’m not waffling on about the New Weird genre; I’m saying that, honestly, I’m divided on this book. It’s going to take a lot of explanation. Bear with me.…

Seven Forges by James A. Moore

“A miracle these hands, yes, but many were the people who had said that to look upon the blessings of the gods was to know their flaws and their pettiness.” Many times, expectations are the worst deceivers. With this book, we have an author who’s been nominated for many prestigious awards, published by an amazing…

Low Town: A Novel by Daniel Polansky

“I remember the lightning in the air and the lover bidding good-bye in the streets, and I can tell you what I think. We went to war because going to war is fun, because there’s something in the human breast that trills at the thought, although perhaps not the reality, of murdering its fellows in…