Tag Archives: James Lovegrove

Age of Aztec by James Lovegrove – Book Review [Shadowhawk]

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Shadowhawk reviews the fourth novel in the bestselling Pantheon series, this time dealing with a frightening alternate history in which the Aztecs spread out from Mexico and conquer the entire world.

“Lovegrove mixes in his trademark tongue-in-cheek narrative style with a fairly serious tone to deliver a novel that is a good head and shoulders above Age of Zeus.” ~The Founding Fields

Gig by James Lovegrove Review [Bane of Kings]

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Bane of Kings reviews James Lovegrove’s Gig, a collection of two Novellas focusing on the same story, published by Anarchy Books. As Gig isn’t as long as a normal novel, the review will be shorter than an average review.

“A superb idea that is brilliantly executed. Lovegrove proves once again that he cannot let you down. ” ~The Founding Fields

Redlaw by James Lovegrove – Book Review [Bane of Kings]

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Bane of Kings reviews Redlaw by James Lovegrove, published by Solaris Books.

“Moves along at a fantastic pace. Are you watching, Hollywood?” ~The Founding Fields

The Age of Odin by James Lovegrove – Review [Bane of Kings]

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Bane of Kings Reviews James Lovegrove’s The Age of Odin, the third and final book in the Pantheon Trilogy, published by Solaris Books.

 “Lovegrove at his best. This man just keeps getting better and better with every book that I read. If there’s a novel written by James Lovegrove, buy it.” ~The Founding Fields

The Age of Ra by James Lovegrove – Book Review [Bane of Kings]

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Bane of Kings reviews an interesting spin on Ancient Egypt, The Age of Ra, written by James Lovegrove, published by Solaris Books.

“A mind-blowing, adrenaline pumping read.” ~The Founding Fields