Time Shards is the first novel in a new trilogy by Dana Fredsti and David Fitzgerald. The series follows Amber as time shatters around her and is forced to explore this new version of Earth that has been seemingly divided into a series of different time zones, or shards. From conversations with Dana Fredsti on […]
The sad news of John le Carré’s (David Cornwell) death has shaken the literary world yesterday. The 89 year old writer passed away of pneumonia at Royal Cornwall Hospital. He has been known for his spy mystery books that have fascinated readers since the very start. His focus on the world of spies and what […]
The Fey and the Furious is the 8th installment in the comic book series Rivers of London, brought to us by Ben Aaronovitch and Andrew Cartmel. The book follows the misadventures of detective Peter Grant, that readers will recognized both from previous issues of the comic book series and from the books that brought new […]
…or how I ended up weeping over a book about a sassy cat, travelling in a silver van with her human. Hiro Arikawa is mostly know for her light novels – an all encompassing term for novels aimed at young children and teenagers – but The Travelling Cat Chronicles is not something I would necessarily […]
A fast-paced space opera with politics, betrayal, love and shenanigans. Follow Princess Sun and her mother, Queen Eirene, as they fight to protect and grow the Chaonian Empire from enemies internal and external, if they don't drive each other mad first. A first-class tale that sets up a multi-layered world with a bright future.
In a little over a week Soaring Penguin Press will be launching their Kickstarter campain for The Glass Wall, their upcoming publication. This move comes on the heels of the revelation that only 13% of creators earned their sole income from comics. Soaring Penguin Press want to reestablish the balance and provide content creators with […]
”A love story…but a little broken.
Everyone wears a mask. What we see of people on the surface is so rarely what’s ticking underneath. And, in Cortland Hunt’s case, what he’s hiding might just be more than Ian Tanner is prepared for.”