Hollow Road (Maer Cycle book 1) by Dan Fitzgerald Review

On the face of it Hollow Road (The Maer Cycle Book 1) by Dan Fitzgerald sounds like a straightforward and very formulaic fantasy novel. Three characters, Sinnie, Carl, and Finn are sent off on an adventure by a wealthy benefactor, and of course each character has devoted their life to a different profession. Sinnie works for a travelling circus and is a badass with a … Continue reading Hollow Road (Maer Cycle book 1) by Dan Fitzgerald Review

The Hobbit by JRR Tolkein Review

The Hobbit is one of the greatest fantasy novels ever written. Written for a younger audience The Hobbit is far shorter and less complex than it’s big brother The Lord of the Rings. While the plot of The Hobbit is a lot weaker than that of the Lord of the Rings it still packs an exciting punch, and being much shorter the adventure never really … Continue reading The Hobbit by JRR Tolkein Review

Sorcerer’s Duel Review

Before you read this review I’d suggest checking out my thoughts on the first book in the series. W H Cann brings back Grogaan and his friends to take us on a brand new adventure into the heart of the inky darkness of space. This time Grogaan and his soul-mate Ellarna learn to harness their magic and train to become Guardians. This is not a … Continue reading Sorcerer’s Duel Review

Path to Vengeance Review

With his father, brother and fiancĂ©e lying dead at the hands of Krelathan raiders, Grogaan’s life is ripped apart, he is consumed with grief, anger and rage. He vows to himself that he will have his revenge and he sets out on his ‘path to vengeance’ by purchasing four starfighters for him and his friends, which they extensively modify to give them the advantage in … Continue reading Path to Vengeance Review

The Amulet of Kings Review

The Amulet of Kings (The Banned Underground book series) By Will Jones was a fascinating novel to devour. It’s pages are filled to bursting point with all manner of magic, Dwarves, Witches, Wizards, Trolls and oddly enough, pizza boxes. It’s not hyperbole to say that this book was a righteous laugh from the first word right up until the very last. The story introduces us … Continue reading The Amulet of Kings Review

Helens of Troy Review

How can I best describe Helens-of-Troy to you? I could say it’s simply like Twilight but without all the crap bits in there but then that doesn’t leave any Twilight left so that would be a poor example. One other review I have seen described it as Gilmore Girls meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and I have to say that’s not all that far wrong, … Continue reading Helens of Troy Review

Andor Awakening Review

When it comes to new authors the experience generally goes in one of two directions. More often than not you find yourself on a perilous slope that quickly puts you on your arse and sends you careering through brambles, thorns and all manner of sewage and nasty icky things. These first time writers are either too lazy or inexperienced to really unearth the true potential … Continue reading Andor Awakening Review