Tag Archives: Book Reviews

Difficulties of Reviewing with David Ledeboer


The third installment of TFF’s new guest post series on the demands of reviewing welcomes David Ledeboer from The Troubled Scribe.

“David is one of the few reviewers I know who are into Warhammer fiction, and that’s one of the reasons why I’m a regular reader of his work. We also happen to share quite a few of the same tastes in our reading so that doesn’t hurt either! David’s guest post here is another one about time, but with a rather unique twist.” ~Shadowhawk

Trials and Tribulations of Reviewing with Mieneke van der Salm


The second installment of TFF’s new guest post series on the demands of reviewing welcomes Mieneke van der Salm from A Fantastical Librarian.

“Mieneke is one of the few book bloggers that I follow quite regularly and look to for recommendations on what’s good and what’s bad. Her guest post today highlights a very different aspect of the hobby that I really appreciate and respect.” ~Shadowhawk

The Death of Antagonis by David Annandale – Book Review [Bellarius]


Bellarius reviews the latest installment of the Space Marine Battles series, The Death of Antagonis by David Annandale.

“Some decent ideas let down by truly horrible execution.” – The Founding Fields

Black Feathers by Joseph D’Lacey – Advance Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews the first in a new post-apocalyptic fantasy series from Angry Robot Books.

“Spectacular is the word I’d use to describe the novel. Nothing else can capture the reading experience.” ~The Founding Fields

The Demands of Reviewing with Shadowhawk


Shadowhawk kicks off a new guest post series for the blog.

“Over the next few weeks, expect to see some prominent and fantastic book bloggers share their insights on the moments when reviewing gets tough to handle.” ~Shadowhawk

Lesser Evils by Erin M. Evans – Book Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews the sequel to Brimstone Angels, another Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms novel by Erin M. Evans.

“Despite a few flaws, Lesser Evils is a worthy sequel to Brimstone Angels and it tells a really interesting tale.” ~The Founding Fields

Betrayer by Aaron Dembski-Bowden – Book Review [Bellarius]


Bellarius analyses the latest installment of the Hous Heresy, Aaron Dembski-Bowden’s Betrayer.

“A fantastic read, containing enough visceral combat and new developments to keep even the most jaded reader interested. Unless you’re here for the World Eaters.”  – The Founding Fields

Warrior Brood by C.S. Goto – Book Review [Bellarius]


Bellarius drives headlong into the insanity which is Warrior Brood and sees just how completely a book can fail within thirty pages.

“If you want a guide on how not to do Warhammer novels, look no further.” – The Founding Fields

Brimstone Angels by Erin M. Evans – Book Review [Shadowhawk]

Brimstone Angels

Shadowhawk reviews the first novel in a new series featuring the half-demon, half-human tieflings of Faerun.

“A unique point-of-view character, a fantastic plot related to demons and cultists, and some truly solid writing make Brimstone Angels a fantastic read. I just discovered another amazing author!” ~The Founding Fields

Full Disclosure

Exclusive Cover Reveal and Q&A: The Big Reap by Chris F. Holm


Thanks to the kind folks at Angry Robot Books, Shadowhawk and The Founding Fields presents to you an exclusive cover reveal.

“The folks at Amazing15 Design have definitely lived up to their name with this mind-blowing cover!” ~The Founding Fields

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