Blog Tour: Bright Steel, by Miles Cameron

Welcome to the second blog tour of the day, this time for the masterful Bright Steel, by the even more masterful Miles Cameron. I find it hard to overstate how much I loved the first two instalments in this series, Cold Iron and Dark Forge. Cameron has such a wild imagination, and seeing him stretch it to the utmost in the …

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Review: The Song of the Sycamore, by Edward Cox

Time to delve into the world behind that gorgeous cover... And man oh man is it a creepy premise. The 'Sycamore' in question is an ancient spirit of revenge, which takes over a man as he returns to his hometown after a year fighting the clanspeople in the broken waste of Urdezha. And almost everybody …

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Why I loved Deborah Hewitt’s The Nightjar

Another day, another book to rave about! And what better genre to rave about than fantasy? I recently received a copy of Deborah Hewitt's debut novel The Nightjar, and let me just tell you, this book is something special (and I apologise unreservedly for taking so long to get around to it). If you like amazing worldbuilding, …

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Three fantasy books to spice up your summer…

Let me take you away from the (semi) sweltering heat of the UK in summertime and into some distant lands, aka the realms of fantasy. I've had the time to do rather a bit of reading recently, and top of my list have been these absolute bangers. If you're looking for some quality fantasy to …

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