Review: Liesmith by Alis Franklin

I've been in something of a reading slump lately, my poor, poor neglected review blog. After DNFing more books than I care to admit, I finally picked Liesmith up on a whim, and completely devoured it. Plot Awkward gamer nerd Sigmund Sussman is not particularly happy at his boring IT job, and spends his days... Continue Reading →

Review: The Days of Tao by Wesley Chu

This is a novella starring the son of the main protagonists from Chu's Tao trilogy. If you haven't read that trilogy, you probably won't get as much enjoyment out of this story, but it does still function well-enough as a standalone. Plot Since the earliest days of our evolution, humanity has been guided and sometimes... Continue Reading →

Review: Skyfarer by Joseph Brassey

Perhaps I am biased, since I'm working on an airships and floaty-hovery fantasy story of my own, but I do wish there were more worlds like this in fantasy literature. I've seen them a lot in video games, but in books they are few and far between. I quite enjoyed this one. If you're looking... Continue Reading →

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