Age of Sigmar: Soulbound – Role-playing Game Review
 

Age of Sigmar: Soulbound

Role-playing Game Review

 
Captain Moxley and the Embers of the Empire by Dan Hanks
 

Captain Moxley and the Embers of the Empire

New Release Review

 
Livestream Chat with Fonda Lee, Andrea G. Stewart, and K. S. Villoso
 

Fonda Lee, Andrea G. Stewart, and K. S. Villoso

Livestream Chat

 

Browsing all articles by Geoff Matthews.

Dinosaurs and Darkness

Dinosaurs and Darkness 

Since the age of whenever it was that someone first uttered the word ‘Dinosaur’ to me and showed me a picture of a Stegosaurus, I’ve loved the very concept of those massive beasts.

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The Dresden Files – TV Series Review

The Dresden Files – TV Series Review 

Twelve episodes of Dresden goodness, of magic and Murphy. How could you pass this up? How could you not want to watch?

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The Sword of Kaigen by M. L. Wang – SPFBO #5 Finalist Review

The Sword of Kaigen by M. L. Wang – SPFBO #5 Finalist Review
4.5

Two reviews… on the same day? Yes indeed. These are the final two reviews for this year’s SPFBO. The fifth—that’s five years of SPFBO goodness and some truly awesome books. However, there can be only one winner of the competition and you’ll have to visit Mark Lawrence’s finalist table to find that out! *Disclaimer* Writing […]

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Fortune’s Fool by Angela Boord – SPFBO #5 Finals Review

Fortune’s Fool by Angela Boord – SPFBO #5 Finals Review
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Two reviews… on the same day? Yes indeed. These are the final two reviews for this year’s SPFBO. The fifth—that’s five years of SPFBO goodness and some truly awesome books. However, there can be only one winner of the competition and you’ll have to visit Mark Lawrence’s finalist table to find that out! *Disclaimer* Writing […]

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Beggar’s Rebellion by Levi Jacobs – SPFBO #5 Finals Review

Beggar’s Rebellion by Levi Jacobs – SPFBO #5 Finals Review
3.5

Tai Kulga lost the rebellion and his best friend on the same day, stripping him of his will to live even as a strange power flooded his bones. When the friend returns as a spirit guide, it feels like a second chance—but his friend is not who he was, and the Councilate is not done oppressing his people. When trouble with lawkeepers lands Tai’s surviving friends in a prison camp, he must go underground to find the last of the rebels and convince them to break his friends free.

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Kalanon’s Rising by Darian Smith – SPFBO #5 Finals Review

Kalanon’s Rising by Darian Smith – SPFBO #5 Finals Review
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Solve the murder. Stop the war. Save the world.

Sir Brannon Kesh spent years building a new life as a physician, leaving the name Bloodhawk and the war that spawned it behind. But when the King’s cousin is murdered, duty calls him back. The crime scene suggests dark magic and the evidence points to the ambassador of Nilar, an alluring woman with secrets of her own, who sees Bloodhawk as little more than a war criminal.

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Spark City by Robert J. Power – SPFBO #5 Finals Review

Spark City by Robert J. Power – SPFBO #5 Finals Review
3.5

SPFBO review of Spark City by Robert J Power

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Blades Edge by Virginia McClain – SPFBO #5 Finals Review

Blades Edge by Virginia McClain – SPFBO #5 Finals Review
3.5

*Disclaimer* Writing and reading are subjective arts. What some folks will absolutely love, others will dislike. It is a bit like Marmite in the UK—normal people dislike it intensely, but some weird folks actually enjoy the taste of warm road surface and fresh roadkill on their tongue. To each their own, I suppose. These are […]

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Never Die by Rob J. Hayes – SPFBO #5 Finals Review

Never Die by Rob J. Hayes – SPFBO #5 Finals Review
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*Disclaimer* Writing and reading are subjective arts. What some folks will absolutely love, others will dislike. It is a bit like Marmite in the UK—normal people dislike it intensely, but some weird folks actually enjoy the taste of warm road surface and fresh roadkill on their tongue. To each their own, I suppose. These are […]

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A Tale of Stars and Shadow by Lisa Cassidy – SPFBO #5 Finals Review

A Tale of Stars and Shadow by Lisa Cassidy – SPFBO #5 Finals Review
3.25

*Disclaimer* Writing and reading are subjective arts. What some folks will absolutely love, others will dislike. It is a bit like Marmite in the UK—normal people dislike it intensely, but some weird folks actually enjoy the taste of warm road surface and fresh roadkill on their tongue. To each their own, I suppose. These are […]

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A Sea of Broken Glass by Sonya M. Black – SPFBO #5 Finals Review

A Sea of Broken Glass by Sonya M. Black – SPFBO #5 Finals Review 

*Disclaimer* Writing and reading are subjective arts. What some folks will absolutely love, others will dislike. It is a bit like Marmite in the UK—normal people dislike it intensely, but some weird folks actually enjoy the taste of warm road surface and fresh roadkill on their tongue. To each their own, I suppose. These are […]

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Books to Read in Fantasy: A Look at Lists

Books to Read in Fantasy: A Look at Lists 

Recently a question was asked in the Fantasy-Faction Facebook Group. This is that question and some of the reasons why its answer looks the same, every time the question is asked. Question: What are the books which you think are a great introduction to fantasy—the books which every fantasy should read throughout their journey? Now, […]

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