Hob’s review of Art of War: Anthology for Charity

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

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Hob’s Review of Revenant Winds by Mitchell Hogan

The Blurb. In a world devastated by a series of cataclysms over millennia, where the followers of different gods vie for ascendancy, mankind carves out a precarious existence among the remnants of a desolated past. Cities and civilizations are built atop mysterious and ofttimes menacing ruins, and the unforgiving wilderness beyond is filled with inhuman … Continue reading Hob’s Review of Revenant Winds by Mitchell Hogan