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.
You can read my full review here:
SFF World Review, Nik Korpon’s The Rebellion’s Last Traitor
Not to be confused with a bodice ripper, Suzanne Jackson’s Beguiler merges dragons, magic and a love story. Read the whole interview here
When I opened my curtains this morning onto a non-descript autumn day, I found a rainbow waiting outside my window. Traditionally my view is nothing spectacular: a road, and houses in all directions. If I’m really lucky I might get to hear bird song over the new developments’ machinery. New houses on green land, new…