Black Halo by Sam Sykes

Black Halo

By Sam Sykes

Sam Sykes sophomore outing is a mixed bag, still thoroughly enjoyable but harder to lose yourself in.

Heaven's Shadow By David S. Goyer and Michael Cassutt

Heaven's Shadow

By David S. Goyer and Michael Cassutt

The execution isn't up to the promise, but it's a likeable book that leaves you wanting more.

Cherie Priest

Interview with Cherie Priest

We speak to author Cherie Priest about her new dark fantasy novel, Bloodshot.

The River of Shadows by Robert VS Redick

The River of Shadows

By Robert V.S. Redick

A fine book that enthrals and entertains as much, if not more, than its predecessors paving the way for a gripping finale.

Embassytown by China Mieville


By China Miéville

Smart, intelligent, thought-provoking ideas but not a compelling novel.

The Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss

The Wise Man's Fear

By Patrick Rothfuss

In every way a triumph. Rothfuss proves he is without doubt one of the finest fantasy writers currently gracing the genre.

Spellwright by Blake Charlton


By Blake Charlton

Could have been written in 1995 so if you like fantasy of a more traditional style then you'll definitely be a fan.

Among Thieves by Douglas Hulick

Among Thieves

By Douglas Hulick

If action/fantasy with real edge floats your boat then you'd be mad to miss this debut.

Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness

Monsters of Men

By Patrick Ness

A YA novel, albeit one with a rare boldness and level of complexity within the genre.