Dominion of Blades by Matt Dinniman . The Blurb For over thirty years, Dominion of Blades has been the hottest online role-playing game in the world. Any gamer with an immersion rig can enter the world of sword and sorcery, of goblins and dragons, and they can hack and slash their way to glory. But … Continue reading Hob’s review of Dominion of Blades by Matt Dinniman
A Quote from Grey Sister "Threads aren’t something external to the world that only a privileged few can touch. Every time you speak to someone threads are pulled. Every glance exchanged. Every punch thrown. Every kindness shown."
Art of War: Anthology for Charity by Petros Triantafyllou Why do people buy anthologies? Well there are a few main reasons that I do. First for a sampling of new authors. Second if I like the theme of the anthology, for example Through the Eyes of the Undead was about zombies from their POV. Third … Continue reading Hob’s review of Art of War: Anthology for Charity
Iron Gold Hardcover, 624 pages Expected publication: January 16th 2018 by Del Rey Books ISBN 1042528591X (ISBN13: 9780425285916) URL http://www.randomhousebooks.com/books/545685/ Series Red Rising Saga #4 This is a spoiler free review for Iron Gold. However there are some spoilers for earlier books in the series. First let’s talk about the cover. At first glance … Continue reading Hob’s spoiler free review of Iron Gold by Pierce Brown
THE INFERNAL BATTALION (The Shadow Campaigns #5) by Django Wexler 512 pages Expected publication: January 9th 2018 by Ace ISBN 0451477340 (ISBN13: 9780451477347) Series The Shadow Campaigns #5 To give this review the attention it deserves without spoilers is pretty much impossible, so I am going to do it different then I normally do. So … Continue reading Hob’s Review of THE INFERNAL BATTALION (The Shadow Campaigns #5) by Django Wexler
It is always hard to write a review for the later books in a series without giving spoilers, yet still having the review make sense. So be forewarned this review might give a few subtle hints away. OK now that the warning has been given
I just want to thank Ed McDonald for taking the time to do this interview. And now on to the questions! If you could do it all over again, would you change anything in Blackwing? In all honesty, no. It’s easy to look back at something you made and think “Ah, I hate how the … Continue reading Interview with Ed McDonald
Blackwing (Ravens' Mark #1) by Ed McDonald Paperback, 336 pages Expected publication: October 3rd 2017 by Ace Books I received an E-ARC of this book from Netgally in return for an honest review. THE BLURB Nothing in the Misery lasts… Under a cracked and wailing sky, the Misery is a vast and blighted expanse, created … Continue reading Hob’s Review of Blackwing by Ed McDonald
This is the second short story by J.P. that I have read. I think this one is even better, and the first one Black Martlet earned 5 out of 5 stars.