Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #6: Our Round One Winner
 

Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #6

Our Round One Winner

 
Where Shadows Lie by Allegra Pescatore – SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review
 

Where Shadows Lie

SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review

 
Shadow of a Dead God by Patrick Samphire – SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review
 

Shadow of a Dead God

SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review

 

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The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern
5

Zachary Ezra Rawlins, the son of a fortune-teller, is studying for his Masters in Emerging Media (video games). His peaceful, semi-solitary, existence is thrown off course when he checks an old book out of the university library. The book clearly predates Zachary’s birth, but it describes an odd incident from his childhood—a time when he […]

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‘Salem’s Lot by Stephen King

‘Salem’s Lot by Stephen King
4.25

Novelist Ben Mears returns to his hometown of ‘Salem’s Lot after the death of his wife. He becomes part of local life and begins a new relationship, but things are not going well in the town. An antiques shop has just opened, run by two suspicious men, and a spate of deaths and disappearances plagues […]

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The Empire Trilogy by Raymond E. Feist and Janny Wurts – Spoiler Free Series Review

The Empire Trilogy by Raymond E. Feist and Janny Wurts – Spoiler Free Series Review
4.5

The Empire Trilogy is a collaborative political fantasy series by the American writers Raymond E. Feist and Janny Wurts. It is also a part of the larger Riftwar series by Feist, although you don’t have to read it to read this trilogy. The trilogy begins with Daughter of the Empire; the main character is Mara […]

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The Bartimaeus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud – Series Review

The Bartimaeus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud – Series Review
3.5

The Bartimaeus Trilogy was a series pushed heavily at the time Harry Potter’s popularity exploded. It certainly isn’t a huge leap from one to the other in the sense that there is magic, mystery, loveable characters, comedy and page turning storylines. I would say though that these books are far more your typical fantasy novel […]

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