Vigilance by Robert Jackson Bennett
 

Vigilance

Review

 
Waste Tide by Chen Qiufan
 

Waste Tide

Chinese Translation Review

 
The Bone Ships by RJ Barker
 

The Bone Ships

ARC Review

 

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Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett

Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett
5

Robert Jackson Bennett’s Foundryside combines the action scenes and snarky banter of a summer blockbuster with the complex characters and keen-eyed societal critique of an Oscar-winner. What begins as a heist and chase adventure becomes a richer story that asks big questions about power, exploitation, and revolution. Foundryside is a fun, thought-provoking, and wondrous tale. […]

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Saint’s Blood by Sebastien De Castell

Saint’s Blood by Sebastien De Castell
5

How do you kill a Saint? Falcio, Kest and Brasti are about to find out, because even Tristia’s most powerful Saints are turning up dead and the entire country is convinced it’s a sign that the Gods themselves opposes Aline’s ascension to the throne. Now the Dukes are using the murders as an excuse to […]

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The Top 15 Tweets & Top 7 Blog Posts from Robert Jackson Bennett

The Top 15 Tweets & Top 7 Blog Posts from Robert Jackson Bennett 

Top 15 Tweets The Twitter-feed of Robert Jackson Bennett is a wondrous, but dangerous place to spend time. If you follow Robert in addition to another 1000 or so people, the normality and reason of the masses will likely dilute the strangeness and zaniness of Robert’s feed to the extent there will be no lasting damage […]

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Fantasy-Faction Take Part in Quercus Books’s #GreatestGift Christmas Campaign

Fantasy-Faction Take Part in Quercus Books’s #GreatestGift Christmas Campaign 

Who enjoys being filmed? No one, right? Certainly not me… the moment a camera is pointed in my direction I’m likely to bolt in the other direction. However, when I was contacted by my friends over at Quercus and Jo Fletcher Books about their The greatest gift is the passion for reading Christmas Campaign, I […]

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