Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Afterblight Chronicles by Various Authors [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews an omnibus of Afterblight Chronicles Novels, published by Abaddon Books and containing the novels The Culled by Simon Spurrier, Kill or Cure by Rebecca Levene and Death Got No Mercy by Al Ewing.

“Awesome, post apocalyptic stuff that will have you reading right the way through.” ~The Founding Fields

Red and Black by James Swallow – Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the prequel to Faith and Fire, named Red & Black, and written by James Swallow, a New York Times Bestselling Author. This is published by Black Library, and produced by Beth Chalmers and Lisa Bowerman.

Red and Black creates a sense of mystery that will keep you listening until the very end.” ~The Founding Fields


Evil Ways by Justin Gustainis – Book Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the next instalment in the urban fantasy series by Justin Gustainis, Evil Ways, published by Solaris Books.

“The time is ticking and the end of the world is at stake. Can Morris and Chastain to save the day again?” ~The Founding Fields

The Gildar Rift by Sarah Cawkwell – Advanced Review [Lord of the Night]

#4 - The Gildar Rift by Sarah Cawkwell (reviewed by Bane of Kings)

Lord of the Night reviews the smashing debut novel of Black Library’s newest author-(ess) Sarah Cawkwell, aka Pyroriffic of the Bolthole, The Gildar Rift, the seventh novel of the Space Marines Battles series.


“A stunning first-novel debut for the Black Library’s latest author Sarah Cawkwell, she has more than earned a place in the  Book of Honour.”~The Founding Fields


TFF Has a new look!

I love the fact that we’re moving onward and upwards. TFF has a new look! I hope you’ll all find the new look appealing and more streamlined. :) feel free to check out all the new pages and new features. There’s a “Questions” tab on the far right of your screen, and if you have a question about reviews, or about the site or it’s staff. please feel free to ask, we’ll do our best to answer all your questions. have a good one, and enjoy! Not to mention the new logo thrown together by Djinn24 from

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The Black Prism by Brent Weeks – Review [Bane of Kings]

Black Prism

Bane of Kings reviews the first chapter in the Lightbringer Trilogy from the author of the Bestselling Night Angel Trilogy, The Black Prism, published by Orbit in the UK.

Weeks proves that he can do no wrong. One of my favourite authors doing what he does best – if a book is written by Brent Weeks, buy it.” ~The Founding Fields

Gods of Manhattan by Al Ewing – Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews Al Ewing’s Gods of Manhattan, published by Abaddon Books and part of the multi-author, Steampunk series entitled Pax Britannia.

 “Superheroes in book form, you won’t want to miss this.” ~The Founding Fields

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


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

Blood of Aenarion by William King – Advanced Review [Lord of the Night]


Lord of the Night reviews the anticipated first novel of the Tyrion and Teclis trilogy, Blood of Aenarion, by the returning William King, author of Gotrek and Felix and the Saga of Ragnar Blackmane.

“A superb return to Black Library by legendary author, William King.”

~The Founding Fields

Low Town: The Straight Razor Cure by Daniel Polansky – Book Review [Bane of Kings]

The Straight Razor Cure

Bane of Kings Reviews Daniel Polansky’s first novel, Low Town – The Straight Razor Cure, published by Hodder & Stoughton, called Low Town in the USA.

“An impossible to put down read, showing how dark fantasy can truly be.” ~The Founding Fields