Monthly Archives: August 2012

Monsters Anonymous by Theresa Derwin – Advance Review (djinn24)


djinn24 reviews the debut book by Theresa Derwin, Monsters Anonymous.  A collection of horror and thriller stories bound together in book for by some wicked voodoo.

Each story just kept getting better and better, definitely not for the faint of heart. ~ The Founding Fields

Greatshadow by James Maxey – Book Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews the first novel of the Dragon Apocalypse series by James Maxey.

“It’s very rare to find a novel packed to the brim with heart-pumping action, laugh out loud humour, and a protagonist who wants cake. Greatshadow is a brilliant book. ~The Founding Fields

The Wrong Goodbye by Chris F Holm Advanced Review (djinn24)


djinn24 does an advanced review on Derringer Award finalist and a Spinetingler Award winner Chris Holm’s second book in The Collector Series coming out September, 2012 in the US, UK and eBook format by Angry Robot Book.

Sam reminds me of Ash Williams from The Evil Dead series, some bad luck, some demons, total ass kicking story ~ The Founding Field

Comics Round-up 28.08.2012


Shadowhawk reviews a variety of comics titles from across genres and publishers in an entirely new reviews series for The Founding Fields.

“A clash of the best and brightest in the industry, these are definitely some of the finest comics and series to read.” ~The Founding Fields

A Game of Thrones by George RR Martin – Audiodrama [djinn24]


djinn24 reviews the New York bestseller, A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin, the first book in the series A Song of Fire and Ice.

A beautiful and enriched world written from multiple point of views with ease. ~The Founding Fields

G.I.Joe Cobra Command Volume 2 by Chuck Dixon – Comics Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews the second Cobra Command collection, written by Chuck Dixon and Mike Costa and published by IDW Publishing. This is a trade paperback issue which includes Cobra #10-11, Snake Eyes #10-11, and G.I. Joe #11.

“COBRA ups the stakes for the Joes as Chuck Dixon and Mike Costa continue to write a superb series about honour, friendship and treachery.” ~The Founding Fields

The Hammer and the Blade by Paul S. Kemp [djinn24]


djinn24 reviews a newly released gritty and sassy dungeon crawl by New York Times best selling author Paul S. Kemp, released by Angry Robot Books.

A gritty dungeon crawler that will keep you on your toes with plenty of smartassery to make you laugh out loud. ~The Founding Fields

The Long Earth by Terry Pratchett and Steven Baxter – Book Review [Bane of Kings]

The Long Earth

Bane of Kings reviews The Long Earth, the result of a collaboration between Discworld author Terry Pratchett and sci-fi author Steven Baxter, published by Doubleday. 

“An entertaining, imaginative idea that is unfortunatley flawed in its execution, but still shouldn’t be overlooked.” ~The Founding Fields 

War of the Spider Queen Volume 2 – Omnibus Review [Shadowhawk]

war of the spider queen volume 2

Shadowhawk reviews the second trilogy of the bestselling War of the Spider Queen series, recently re-released in 3-book omnibus-sized editions for the 10th anniversary of the series.

“Expected treachery and Under-dark spanning adventures give way to unexplained betrayals and angst on steroids as the series comes to a close.” ~The Founding Fields

False Covenant by Ari Marmell – Book Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews the second Widdershins Adventures fantasy novel by Ari Marmell, False Covenant, published by Pyr Books.

“Not as good as the first book but still quite decent, False Covenant is just as delightful in the end. ~The Founding Fields