Tag Archives: Science Fantasy

Hazy Dusk: A Debut Fantasy by Orjuana Khudari

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Orjuana Khudari grew up in Saudi Arabia, with Arabic as her first language. She has since moved to England with her family, learned the challenging language and successfully published a book in English, Hazy Dusk: Yesterday Morning the Sun Shone Bright, Today Earth Saw No Light. Having written Hazy Dusk at the juvenile age of seventeen, Orjuana has a long career of writing ahead of her, that she is hoping to pursue in the near future.

All The Windwracked Stars by Elizabeth Bear – Audiobook Review [Shadowhawk]

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Shadowhawk takes a look at the first novel of the Edda of Burdens series, one of Elizabeth Bear’s earliest novels. This is the twelfth in his Advent Review series and you can check out a full listing here.

“A story epic in scope with an uneasy marriage of technology and magic, All The Windwracked Stars is a novel with some fantastic world-building and some really intriguing characters.” ~Shadowhawk, The Founding Fields

Comics Round-up 01.06.2013

Earth 2 Annual 2013

Shadowhawk and Bane of Kings welcome you to the first comics round-up for June.

Demon Reborn is a below-par Witchblade title from Dynamite that just fails to ever get going. Bill Willingham’s Fairest, a Fables spin-off, has a bit of a rough start but gets better with each issue. Geoff Johns’ Justice League of America continues to impress but still has a fair few flaws that prevent it from becoming a top title. And Brian Wood’s ongoing Star Wars is just superb with excellent characterisation and dialogue.” ~Shadowhawk, The Founding Fields

Batman: Earth 2 Annual #1 provides a misleading first outing for the new caped crusader while Nightwing impresses. Thanos Rising is comparable to Star Wars, and, Wolverine and the X-Men seems set to be one of the weirdest Marvel comics currently ongoing. ~Bane of Kings, The Founding Fields

Ravenwing by Gav Thorpe – Book Review [Shadowhawk]

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Shadowhawk reviews the first book in the Legacy of Caliban trilogy, penned by Black Library’s resident Dark Angels expert.

“A worthy successor to the classic Dark Angels tale, Angels of Darkness, this book furthers the plots and events of that novel and presents a really intriguing look into the chapter from the perspectives of the specialist warriors of the Ravenwing.” ~The Founding Fields

Cover Art: No Return by Zachary Jernigan (Night Shade Books)

Original Artwork by Robbie Trevino

Shadowhawk and The Founding Fields have another cover art to share with you, for Zachary Jernigan’s debut novel No Return from Night Shade Books

“Quite possibly one of the best NSB covers to date. Magnificent.” ~Shadowhawk