The Undead Hordes of Kangul by Jon F. Merz

13 January 2014 Natassia 0

The journey is everything in Jon F. Merz’s The Undead Hordes of Kangul. A starter to the new Shadow Warrior series, there is something classically charming within. Merz creates a world that feels familiar, like a classic warrior or fairy tale. These classic elements such as a damsel in distress […]

Dream London by Tony Ballantyne

8 January 2014 Natassia 0

Tony Ballantyne weaves together a fantastical world in Dream London. Once you start reading. you are instantly transported to a land of make believe. Ballantyne creates a world where nothing is quite as it seems and the reader is simply along for the ride. The curiosity which Ballantyne inspires is […]

Seven Forges by James A. Moore

6 January 2014 Natassia 0

Fantasy takes an epic new turn in James A Moore’s Seven Forges. With a landscape that is majestically menacing, Moore takes us on a journey. Moore throws the reader into an action packed immersive world. Every detail fits beautifully to create a fascinating realm full of adventure and intrigue. Captain […]

Heartwood by Freya Robertson

1 January 2014 Natassia 0

Freya Robertson creates an intricate world in Heartwood, the first installment of the new Elemental Wars series. Fantasy concepts are throughout while Robertson creates a fully realized religion and culture. With not one, but several quests at the core, adventure and journey are by far the driving force. Robertson takes […]

City of Lost Dreams by Magnus Flyte

28 November 2013 Natassia 0

The writing duo of Magnus Flyte creates another masterful novel in City of Lost Dreams, the sequel to last year’s City of Dark Magic. With vivid storytelling, Flyte imagines a beautiful world where the alchemy of old transforms the present. City of Lost Dreams is a thrilling adventure which brings history […]


The Crown Tower by Michael J. Sullivan

27 October 2013 Natassia 0

With humor and style, Michael J. Sullivan quickly made me a fan of his work in The Crown Tower, which was also my first foray in Sullivan’s work.  The Crown Tower is the first installment in The Riyria Chronicles, a series which takes place twelve years to the events in Riyria Revelations, […]

Movie Review: EPIC

8 July 2013 Jackie 2

I took the boys to see the movie Epic this afternoon and I have to say that I was far more impressed with it than I thought I would be. Not only did it have some fantastic characters, but the plot was rather engaging – it brought tears to my […]


Worlds of Arthur by Guy Halsall

26 June 2013 Nikki R 2

I’ve mentioned a time or two that I’m a HUGE history buff.  Let me make things clear, if a historical book, whether fiction or non-fiction, is within a mile of me I can sense it.  Also, I must have it.  It’s a weakness.  So the second I saw Worlds of […]


Dragon Age: The World of Thedas

18 June 2013 Natassia 0

I must preface any review of a game franchise book with stating that not only am I an accomplished gamer but I am a huge fan of the Dragon Age games. Due to this, I completely nerded out when I saw Dragon Age: The World of Thedas. A gorgeously interesting […]


Shakespeare v Lovecraft by D.R O’Brien

17 June 2013 Natassia 0

The hilarious mash up in Shakespeare v Lovecraft is one for the books. In a charming novella, D.R O’Brien brings together two of my favorite topics and melds them in a classic romp. Whether you’re a fan of Shakespeare, Lovecraft, or even just looking for something new, cast your gaze […]