Monthly Archives: January 2012

SIM by Andy Remic Book Review [djinn24]


Larry Killian reviews SIM by Andy Remic, a fast paced science fiction eBook set in the future, published by Anarchy Books.

Reading SIM is like reading Robocop meets Ash from Evil Dead. ~The Founding Fields 

Blood Rites by Jim Butcher – Book Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the sixth Dresden Files novel, Blood Rites, by Jim Butcher, published by Orbit Books in the UK, an imprint of Little Brown Publishers.

“Typical Dresden, Butcher does it again with style. Action packed, fast paced, as well as expanding on the background of the Dresden Files series.” ~The Founding Fields

Warning! Because we are this far into the series, I strongly recommend that you read all of the previous Dresden Files novels before reading Blood Rites. It makes sense really, as this is one of those series where you won’t understand what’s going on unless you read the previous books.  

Throne of Lies by Aaron Dembski-Bowden – Audio Drama Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews the second installment in the Night Lords series, an audio drama, that continues the tale of Talos and his brethren of First Claw.

“An audio drama that is just on the cusp of potential that delivers its goods in a rather roundabout way.” ~ The Founding Fields

Juggernaut by Adam Baker – Advanced Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings writes an advanced review of Juggernaut, the prequel to Outpost, written by Adam Baker and published by Hodder and Stoughton Books.

“A brilliant, fast-paced novel that is highly recommended. I couldn’t put it down.” ~The Founding Fields

The Perplexing Problem of the Porcelain Bandits by Dan Johnson – Book Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the self-published The Perplexing Problem of the Porcelain Bandits by Dan Johnson.

“A surprising read with well-written and developed characters.” ~The Founding Fields

Empire State by Adam Christoper – Book Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews Angry Robot Books’ most recent release, the debut noir/science-fiction novel by Adam Christopher.

“If Empire State could play poker, you would be out of your money by the end of the night. You cannot out-bluff this one!” ~ The Founding Fields

Labyrinth of Sorrows by George Mann – Advanced Review [djinn24]


The Brazen Minotaurs are trying to recapture something precious to them in the bowels of a planet infested by Nurgle.  Deeper they go it becomes apparent that they either have an unknown friend helping them or someone else is after the same thing that they are!

George Mann does a great job of adopting his writing style for this audio drama put out by Black Library to put you into the action as you are listening to it ~ The Founding Fields 

BSFA Shortlist Announced

The British Science Fiction Association has announced its shortlist for Best Novel, Best Short Fiction, Best Non-Fiction, and Best Art.

Is there any on the list that you think should win?  Any of these that you are planning on reading soon?  Share below in the comments section!

Wolfsangel by MD Lachlan – Book Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the novel Wolfsangel, written by MD Lachlan and published by Gollancz books in the UK and Pyr Books in the USA.

“A fantastic, original debut that will leave you wanting more. Lachlan is an author to look out for. ~The Founding Fields

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