Half Way Home by Hugh Howey

In my mind I will always go back to Wool as being the book that brought me back to my science fiction roots. I had gotten away from science fiction and fantasy for a time as I pursued my career and basically got my act together... but everyone was talking about this book... taking place... Continue Reading →

River of Thieves by Clayton Snyder

Jason over at Off the TBR created Self-Published Fantasy Month. Its purpose is to feature more authors and their works during the month of September. Read about more about it here. Snyder's first book in his Thieves Lyric series starts off with quite a fun premise. Two partnered thieves run a ruse where Cord commits a... Continue Reading →

Tavern by Deston J. Munden

Jason over at Off the TBR created Self-Published Fantasy Month. Its purpose is to feature more authors and their works during the month of September. Read about more about it here. “I’m just a modest tavern owner and mediocre healer caught in the middle of these nasty politics, ‘ight?” Xel is a Renaissance Orc in new... Continue Reading →

The Nine by Terry Cloutier

The Nine is a classic tale of revenge... when Hadrack is eight-years-old, he lives with his father and sister on a farm breaking their backs for the Lord of Corwick. Their life is a hard one, but it is simple and grounded in their belief that the Father and Mother have their best interests in... Continue Reading →

The Bone Ships by R. J. Barker

I was press-ganged by this book for three days... taken into the hull of a ship with bilge water, murderers, and thieves. The Bone Ships is an awesome escape that feels at times a cross between Mad Max and Master and Commander.  Built of the bones of great sea dragons and armed with gallowbows to... Continue Reading →

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