Monthly Archives: September 2011

Ravenor by Dan Abnett – Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the first novel in the Ravenor Trilogy, by the New York Times bestselling author Dan Abnett, entitled Ravenor, after the main character, and published by Black Library.

“A well-crafted, no holds-barred read.” ~The Founding Fields

Incoming Books!

Coming Soon 
 To the Founding Fields 

Or, in other words, what books arrived in the post today, so what you guys have to look forward to in the near future.

~Bane of Kings

Wolfblade by William King – Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the fourth novel in the Space Wolf series, Wolfblade, by fan-favourite William King, author of the early Gotrek and Felix novels,

‘King returns to the Space Wolves with some kick-butt action sequences, one of the best Space Wolf novels yet.’ ~The Founding Fields

Guest Blog – Jeffrey Thomas – Marvelous Monstrosities

For this latest Guest Blog entry, Jeffrey Thomas, author of the book Monstrocity from Anarchy Books stops by.  He’s written us an interesting piece about writing books in the digital age we all now live in, and how it’s affected him. I’m happy to announce that he’s coping quite well.  Enjoy!

Soul Drinker by Ben Counter – Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the first novel in the Soul Drinkers series, by Ben Counter, published by Black Library:

‘A well-deserving, action-packed series opener, hopefully the start of something exciting.’ ~The Founding Fields

New Robot joins Angry Robot Books

Angry robot has a new mindless slave! 😀

The Concrete Grove by Gary McMahon – Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings Reviews The Concrete Grove, a novel by Gary McMahon, published by Solaris Books.

“A fascinating mix of fantasy and horror.”~The Founding Fields

The Dragon’s Path by Daniel Abraham – Review [Bane of Kings]

The Dragon's Path
Bane of Kings reviews Daniel Abraham’s latest novel, The Dragon’s Path, published by Orbit, and is the opening novel to The Dagger and the Coin series.

“A jaw-dropping, epic fantasy novel. Abraham is probably one of the best writers in today’s genre. Not to be missed.” ~The Founding Fields

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


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 Company Man by Robert Jackson Bennett – Review [Bane of Kings]

The Company Man
Bane of Kings reviews The Company Man by Robert Jackson Bennett, published by Orbit.
“Brilliant world-building, a highly original setting for an entertaining story. Fixing the world, is indeed a bloody business.” ~The Founding Fields