Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Map of All Things by Kevin J. Anderson – Book Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews the second Terra Incognita novel by Kevin J. Anderson, continuing a tale of dogmatic religious crusades, tragedies, adventures on the high seas and doomed romances.

“A novel that continues and builds upon its predecessor, this is a must-read for fans of the series for the simple fact that Anderson stays fully true to the world he has created.” ~The Founding Fields

The Night Lords Trilogy: Void Stalker by Aaron Dembski-Bowden – Advanced Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the epic conclusion to the Night Lords Trilogy, entitled Void Stalker, written by New York Times Bestselling Author Aaron Dembski-Bowden and published by The Black Library. Void Stalker is currently available as an ebook, and will be released in paperback in May 2012.

“Wow. Aaron Dembski-Bowden not only manages to keep you hooked from the first page, but manages to make the predictable unpredictable. Void Stalker is a fantastic conclusion to the Trilogy, and is the best book so far. Not to be missed.” ~The Founding Fields

The Edge of The World by Kevin J. Anderson – Book Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews the first Terra Incognita novel by Kevin J. Anderson, a tale of adventure on the high seas, religious crusades, and the inevitability of politics.

“A rousing start full of promise and an engaging experience, The Edge of The World, still lacks something to make it truly spectacular.” ~The Founding Fields

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins – Book Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the second novel in the bestselling Hunger Games Trilogy, written by Young Adult Author Suzanne Collins and published by Scholastic Books.

“Although not as memorable or as good as the first, Catching Fire will have you hooked right the way through.” ~The Founding Fields

Age of Legend – Book Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews the first anthology for the popular Time of Legends meta-series for Warhammer Fantasy, a collection of short stories by new and old authors alike.

“A superb collection that collects together some of Black Library’s finest with an added dose of two new authors to the setting, Age of Legend is a great read.” ~The Founding Fields

Audio Drama Advanced Review – Eye of Vengeance by Graham McNeill [EJ Davies/djinn24/Commissar Ploss]

Telion may look old, and he is, but he can still make war with the best of them.

EJ Davies, djinn24, and Commissar Ploss all take a look at the latest addition to the Black Library Audio Dramas, Eye of Vengeance is Graham McNeill’s first foray into the audio drama format with the chapter that has made him a well-known name to 40K readers: The Ultramarines, and a legend in the chapter: Torias Telion.

“Well-paced, engaging, well-written, and funny. Great stuff.” ~ The Founding Fields.

Alex Cross: Kill Alex Cross by James Patterson – Book Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the thrilling eighteenth novel in the bestselling Alex Cross series by James Patterson, entitled Kill Alex Cross.

“Fast paced, action packed and page-turning. Patterson knows how to keep you hooked from page one right the way through.” -The Founding Fields

Dead Harvest by Chris F. Holm – Book Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews Dead Harvest, the first novel in the adult paranormal crime fiction Collector series, written by debut author Chris F. Holm.

“An engaging novel that quickly pulls you in, Dead Harvest, has one of the most interesting and unique takes on an ages old conflict of biblical proportions. Not to be missed.” ~The Founding Fields

First Looks EP. 6 – Eye of Vengeance by Graham McNeill (Audio Drama)


Commissar Ploss examines the new Audio Drama from Black Library. Eye of Vengeance was written by Graham McNeill and features the Ultramarines.

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