A novel for our times, Child of a Mad God features a female protagonist named Aoleyn, who is raised in a terrible tribe that mistreats women. Of course she begins to overcome these obstacles in what will likely be an amazing series.
The Star Trek: Discovery series is shaping up to become one of the most interesting and rewarding shows of the Star Trek franchise. As for the requisite book series, Star Trek: Discovery: Desperate Hours is a great place to start.
One of the best-written young adult novels we have come across in years, A Life of Death provides a realistic portrayal of living a tough life alongside the magical realism and paranormal experiences more common to the genre.
The main character for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Enigma Tales is Elim Garak, the mysterious, manipulative and charming tailor and spy of the TV Show Deep Space Nine. That pretty much sets the tone for this diabolically good story.
Starting out with a novel about peace, Halo Envoy quickly devolves into one of the most action-packed Halo books ever, pitting colonists against the UEG, ONI against aliens and aliens against each other.
Although loosely based on the classic Planescape RPG, Torment: Tides of Numenera weaves its own unique narrative. It’s most like a pen and paper RPG as you explore fantastic worlds populated by strange characters. For deep RPGing, it doesn’t get much better than this.
If you would like to explore an expanded Deep Space Nine universe where familiar characters have aged and accepted new ranks and missions, then Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Ascendance is your ticket to adventure.
In Pathfinder Tales: Through the Gate in the Sea, readers are treated to a sea tale, inter-dimensional travel, a complex commentary on imperialism and a good old fashioned abandoned ancient city.
HALO: Smoke and Shadow is not so much a typical HALO novel as a fast paced, nova hot novella. Instead of looking at soldiers, this tale is all about interstellar salvagers who go into war zones looking for profit.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are back in a board game with an incredible 45 plastic figures, 23 dice, 132 status tokens, 46 prop tokens and six double-sided maps. See how our playtesting went at the local comic book store.