Of Myth and Shadow by Matthew S. Cox

Cox combines accessible characters and sweeping plots to create epic fantasy that has breadth and depth without feeling dense. The Kingdom of Aegaan has been at peace for decades. However, a growing number of towns and villages along one border report attacks by small bands of elves. For Anrael, a half-elf, this is just one … Continue reading Of Myth and Shadow by Matthew S. Cox

Brush With Darkness by Jamie Maltman

Combining a solid foundation of classical history and recognisable politics with plenty of fantastical action, Maltman creates as novel that will satisfy those interested in depth of world without losing those seeking a thrilling adventure. Simon Baroba joined the legions in the hopes of a better life than watching his father drink the last of … Continue reading Brush With Darkness by Jamie Maltman

Mana Mutation Menace by Brian Wilkerson

Combining the issue of metaphysical imbalance within society and parody of parody, Wilkerson creates an epic-scale narrative about the cyclic conflict between cosmic forces without inspiring a sense of futility. Note: This review is based on a review copy received from the author so assumes any formatting issues have been fixed in the retail version. … Continue reading Mana Mutation Menace by Brian Wilkerson