Having already proven himself as a master of fantasy storytelling, Brandon Sanderson is back with the epic conclusion to the Stormlight series, the thousand-page-plus masterpiece that is Oathbringer. This is a must read for fantasy fiction fans.
Vallista is the 15th book in the Vlad Taltos series. The plot revolves around a professional human assassin living in a world dominated by long-lived, magically-empowered Dragaerans. The writing is crisp and the plot is solid, but jumping into the series here may be challenging.
Although it might be a touch gory for some readers, An Alchemy of Masques and Mirrors builds up a perfect plot that embraces all the things that make Steampunk stories so fun to experience.
It’s time for haunted fun with Graveyard Shift, a debut novel from Michael Haspil featuring an ancient mummy and a Roman vampire working as vice cops, keeping their city safe from other undead and hordes of evil monsters.
This week we look at the debut novel, Game of Shadows, by Erika Lewis. It’s a really great start for a first-time novelist, and might just be your cup of tea if you enjoy fantasy novels and complex plotting.
If you love steampunk fantasy, then The Guns Above, the first entry in the Signal Airship series, is really going to hold your interest. With a fascinating crew, a tight plot, dangerous action and plenty of dark humor, The Guns Above really soars.
Acting as a perfect companion series to The Librarians hit television show, The Librarians and the Mother Goose Chase book offers up quirky and explosive action with the same great characters we have come to love.
If you enjoyed the Rodrick and Hyrm series, Shy Knives will be just your cup of tea. A solid entry in the Pathfinder Tales collection, Shy Knives is now available in paperback, for Kindle and as an audiobook so you can listen in on the adventure.
Everyone loves the Pathfinder Tales novels, being as close to a pen and paper or videogame role-playing experience as you can get. Here is our second take look at a good one, Pathfinder Tales: Through the Gate in the Sea.
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.