Halo: Fractures is an amazing collection of short stories set in the Halo universe. Penned by top sci-fi authors and writers who work on the Halo games, the diverse set of tales will appeal to Halo fans and those just enjoy great stories.
What a Halo experience! If you like byzantine politics matched with a mystery set in the Halo universe, then author Troy Denning has got a wild ride for you with Halo: Last Light. This one is a real page turner, in the best possible way.
While many gamers are diving into the new Reaper of Souls DLC for Diablo III, we take a moment to review the Storm of Light novel, which delves deeper into characters from the game.
While World of Warcraft: Vol’jin: Shadows of the Horde has all the bloody battles we’ve come to expect in these books, it also offers a fascinating study in character. Really.
Gunsight shows off the humorous side of Borderlands John Shirley’s latest novel Borderlands: Gunsight is a romance of rivals and a comedy of errors, all told by a tale within a tale technique. The center of the action is the tumultuous romantic relationship between Mordecai (a player character in Borderlands 1) and Daphne, a deadly interstellar adventurer. Shirley introduced this pairing in his second Borderlands novel, “Unconquered.” The tone is lighter in this book than in Borderlands: The Fallen. There is a slapstick quality to the action. This follows the game, with its cartoonish perspectives and overkill weapons. The backdrop is still … Continue reading Frantic, Manic, Science Fiction Goodness
The Gears of War: The Slab novel fleshes out Marcus Fenix from the game, and takes us from his horrible time in prison all the way to becoming a hero on the frontlines.
World of Warcraft: Wolfheart is a must have novel for WoW fans, but should also appeal to anyone who enjoys action-packed fantasy tales full of intense battles, fantastic creatures and diverse worlds.
The world of Gears of War 3 is a bit of a political and social wasteland, and in the Gears of War: Coalition’s End novel, we learn how things fell apart to set the stage for the game.
A novel adapted from the Borderlands game and featuring the character Roland, Borderlands: The Fallen is an exciting tale written skillfully by cyberpunk author John Shirley.