Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett: A Review

Hello fellow Nerds!  Today, I bring you something I have not done in a very very long time.  Something I never thought I would be asked to do again, by a publisher / author no less.  And that’s a book…

Alistair Grim’s Odd Aquaticum by Gregory Funaro – A Review

A Copy of this Novel was provided to me by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review The blurb, as always: “When Grubb, an orphan and runaway chimney sweep, entered the wondrous world of the Odditorium, his life changed forever.…

The Shootout Solution, Genrenauts Episode 1 by Michael R Underwood – A Review

A Copy of this Novella was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an Honest Review First up, as always, we have the blurb: “Leah Tang just died on stage. Not literally. Not yet. Leah’s stand-up career isn’t going…

Kill the Dead, Sandman Slim Book 2 by Richard Kadrey – A Review

So I snagged this up after reading the first book, Sandman Slim. I was fascinated by the idea of a book where the protagonist is such a, well, asshole. That’s the only way to really describe James Stark. A giant…

Frivolous Pursuits by DC Farmer – A Review

A Copy of this Book was given to me in exchange for an honest review, by Netgalley So let me start, right here, by saying this. If you read nothing else about my review, if you want to go in…

Sandman Slim Book 1 by Richard Kadrey – A Review

I grabbed this book up in an attempt to find something to fill the hole that the Dresden Files had left in my soul. What I got was not more Dresden. I instead got what can only be described as…

The Rook by Daniel O’Malley – A Review

Urban Fantasy.  Back when this genre was just getting started with the likes of the Dresden files, I avoided it like the plague.  Most of the books I had seen in the genre all talked about “the main character and…

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