Starspawn makes for an effective mixture of horror mixed with sword and sorcery. The elements of one reinforce the other well here, so fans of either genre should give it a try.
Set in the Pathfinder world of Golarian, Shy Knives gives us an incredible street level view of the sad history of Taldor, showing how it breeds desperate characters holding on to every little scrap.
If you haven’t gotten into the Craft Sequence novels yet, then you are really missing out on an amazing set of interconnected stories. Full Fathom Five rounds out the bunch, with its own engaging story.
In our literary review this week we continue exploring the Heartstrikers series, following the exploits of hapless exiled dragon Julius. He’s laying low in Detroit, but his draconic family has other dark plans.
All of Max Gladstone’s Craft Sequence novels are wonderfully plotted in a sophisticated world where law and order mixes with magic. And so far, Four Roads Cross is the best of the bunch, and that is saying quite a lot.
When the smallest dragon in the Heartstriker clan just can’t bring himself to be draconic, his mother traps him in human form and strands him in Detroit. He can only come home when he learns that Nice Dragons Finish Last in this charming.
Three Parts Dead is another of the interesting stories from the Craft Sequence by Max Gladstone. This time, Gods offer power to distant cities in return for protection from monsters, and other bizarrely cool plots.
Michael’s back with the latest entry in one of his favorite Urban Fantasy series for his Book Review this week! It’s Rogues, A Demon Accords Novel, by John Conroe!
Two Serpents Rise is another entry in the Craft Sequence urban fantasy series by Max Gladstone. It has little to do with the first book other than the shared world, but is filled with just as amazing a cast of characters.
This week Michael listens to The Ultimation by D. Rus, one of the pioneer LitRPG series made into audiobooks. If you like strong characters and fast-paced action, tune your ear towards The Ultimation.