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Something More than Night by Ian Tregillis

Something More than Night by Ian Tregillis
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If you’re thirsty for pulp fiction flavored with angels and cosmic rays, then Something More than Night by Ian Tregillis was written for you. Enter a not-too-distant future where a city glows a moldy hue with luminescent tattoos and graffiti. The newest rage in body modification leaves street denizens bleeding endlessly from paired wounds on […]

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Necessary Evil by Ian Tregillis

Necessary Evil by Ian Tregillis
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“Triptych (noun): a set of three associated artistic, literary, or musical works intended to be appreciated together.” It is telling that Ian Tregillis’ three books about superheroes created in World War 2, Bitter Seeds, The Coldest War and Necessary Evil are called the Milkweed Triptych – not the Milkweed Trilogy. This is because, unlike most […]

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Best Fantasy Books of 2012

Best Fantasy Books of 2012 

Something happened about 12 hours ago… Something that was never meant to happen in fact – we reached 2013. So, I think I speak for us all when I say: **** You Mayans! =) Anyway, what a great year it has been for fantasy! So many awesome books. We’ve had titles from authors who we can […]

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The Coldest War by Ian Tregillis

The Coldest War by Ian Tregillis
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Editor’s Note: Mild spoilers for book one. Read with caution if you’ve yet to finish Bitter Seeds. I very recently read Bitter Seeds, the first part of Ian Tregillis’ tale of German super-humans and British warlocks and loved it. However, the book takes you on quite a disturbing journey, and despite how much I enjoyed […]

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Bitter Seeds by Ian Tregillis

Bitter Seeds by Ian Tregillis
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It’s not often a book comes along that is so refreshingly different as Ian Tregillis’ Bitter Seeds. Starting with the simple thought of, “What if Superheroes and magic existed in World War 2?”, he’s created a complex tale that is thought-provoking as it is exciting. Far more than just the classic battle between good and […]

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Bitter Seeds by Ian Tregillis

Bitter Seeds by Ian Tregillis
4.5

What is the greatest evil in modern history? Because it might not be the Nazis… We all know that the Nazis were monsters (and I did a history degree so I know what I’m on about) but there is a saying that goes something like, those who win the wars, write the history books and […]

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