Category: SFFWORLD REVIEW

Embers of War Review

Review: Embers of War by Gareth L. Powell


Ashael Rising Review

Ashael Rising by Shona Kinsella


Gothic Fantasy & Steampunk

There’s been a bit of a theme in the books I’ve been reading recently. All have been set in or around the Victorian era. Jeanette Ng’s Under the Pendulum Sun is an absorbing Gothic Fantasy, capturing the feel of Stoker and Bronte. Highly recommended, and you can find the rest of my review on SFFWorld….


Review, Nik Korpon’s The Rebellion’s Last Traitor

There was so much about this book that worked for me, not only the way Nik Korpon dealt with his world building, but the way his characters reacted to the world. Like all Angry Robot books, I found this a deliciously refreshing step outside of the expected, without being too off the wall and unfamiliar.
Strongly Recommend! Book Cover of The Rebellion's Last Traitor
You can read my full review here:
SFF World Review, Nik Korpon’s The Rebellion’s Last Traitor


Review Anne Corelett’s The Space Between The Stars

Cover of The Space Between the Stars.

An engaging novel, The Space Between The Stars is something I would happily recomend to my non-SFF friends. Those who regularly read the genre I think would find the science fiction of this novel too removed.

You can read the full review here. SFF World Review, Anne Corelett’s The Space Between The Stars