Our reviewer almost couldn’t state this enough even if he tried, but if you haven’t been listening to the Pillars of Reality series, you are missing out. This week we review the final tome: The Wrath of the Great Guilds.
Released in conjunction with the fiftieth anniversary of Star Trek: The Original Series, Captain to Captain tells the tale of a mysterious artifact that each captain of the Enterprise has kept hidden, even from Starfleet.
When a Storm threatens to wreck the entire world, only Mari and the Mechanics Guild that controls all technology has a chance to stop it in the riveting thriller The Servants of the Storm. As an excellent audiobook, this is one great story.
Even though Michael has never seen the hit TV series, he really loved The Librarians and the Lost Lamp novel. Those who do love the show will find even more to enjoy here as the quirky characters unravel another mystery.
The Halo: New Blood book follows protagonist Gunny Edward Buck’s journey in becoming the first of a new generation of Spartan, the Spartan IV. Halo fans should enjoy the surprisingly complex storyline.
Anyone interested in videogame testing should check out Game Testing: All in One. The textbook-like tome is sprinkled with inside jokes that game geeks will appreciate, as well as a deep look behind the mysterious tester curtain.
If you want an epic adventure that could be dropped into any or all of the science fiction, steampunk or fantasy genres, you can’t go wrong with the Pillars of Reality series, and the Pirates of Pacta Servanda book is one of the best yet.
What’s it like to belong to two different peoples? We find out in the Star Trek: The Original Series: Child of Two Worlds novel, which offers a surprisingly deep story alongside typical sci-fi and Star Trek action.
While most compendium type books cover a lot of games, this volume of the Classic Home Video Games series just looks at the Sega Genesis, Neo Geo and TurboGrafx-16, but it’s a real deep dive for true fans.
This week we circle back to The Sword Chronicles series with Child of Sorrow. Although author Michaelbrent Collings writes some depressing stories overall, the plot of this entry is just as intense and action packed as the first.