Numenera: Role Playing in the Ninth World
 

Numenera: Role-Playing in the 9th World

Tabletop RPG Review

 
Descendant of the Crane by Joan He
 

Descendant of the Crane

Review

 
Todd Lockwood Interview – The Summer Dragon
 

Todd Lockwood

Interview – The Summer Dragon

 

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Elspeth Cooper adds her thoughts on Industry’s Sexism Problem

Elspeth Cooper adds her thoughts on Industry’s Sexism Problem 

Fantasy-Faction is lucky enough to have a good number of talented published authors – especially female authors – posting in our forums. Perhaps I am being presumptuous, but I’d like to think that each of these wonderful ladies are friends of mine and so am very interested in their opinions and experiences revolving around the […]

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The Raven’s Shadow by Elspeth Cooper

The Raven’s Shadow by Elspeth Cooper
4

The desert of Gimrael is aflame with violence, and in the far north an ancient hatred is about to spill over into the renewal of a war that a thousand years ago, forged an Empire. This time, it may shatter one. Wrestling with his failing grip on the power of the Song, and still trying […]

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Songs of the Earth by Elspeth Cooper

Songs of the Earth by Elspeth Cooper
4

It’s been reviewed here before, has been a book club read, but Songs of the Earth is a book I have to shout about. Here’s why. Years ago, I gave up reading fantasy novels. I grew tired of what felt like the same story repeated over and over, the young boy who turns out to […]

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Trinity Rising by Elspeth Cooper

Trinity Rising by Elspeth Cooper
3

A year ago, I reviewed my first book for Fantasy-Faction. It was for Songs of the Earth by Elspeth Cooper. It was one of my favorite books of 2011. Fast-paced and exciting, I summed up my review by suggesting readers, “Just buckle up and enjoy the ride.” So it was with some excitement I sat […]

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Elspeth Cooper Interview

Elspeth Cooper Interview 

Elspeth Cooper, brand new SFF author—with her novel just released in June this year—is a special brand of writer: she’s likeable, quirky, and she’s got a lot to say about the genre as a whole, but without any of the trappings of having been immersed in the genre knee-deep for years. Her voice, both in […]

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Songs of the Earth by Elspeth Cooper

Songs of the Earth by Elspeth Cooper
4.5

You’re walking down the road, headphones in your ears and the first few bars of your favorite song kick in. You feel good. You turn it up. The drums start beating through you. The bass hits. You smile. No one else around you can hear what you hear. It’s the soundtrack to your own private […]

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