“No Harp for My Angel” “Booty for a Babe” “Eve, It’s Extortion” 3 by Carter Brown Stark House Press 298 pgs Once again Stark House Press delivers a package of reprint classics. This time featuring three Detective Al Wheeler mysteries by Australian scribe Alan Geoffrey Yates writing as Carter Brown.
In this episode we cover chapters 90 To Sing a Song About & 91 Flame, Thunder, Broken Tree in Patrick Rothfuss’ best selling fantasy novel “The Wise Man’s Fear” the second book in The Kingkiller Chronicle series. Kvothe’s party has finally located the bandits, with no thanks to Dedan and
VEGAS HEIST By Van Allen Plexico White Rocket Books 231 pgs Some books seem to fly through your hands; they being that much fun to read. Such is the case with Van Plexico’s new offering, “Vegas Heist.” A serious change of course for a writer best known for sci-fi and
Enjoy the newest Book Club Episode recapping “The Wise Man’s Fear” Chapter 89: Losing the Light. This episode is the calm before the storm: conditions are quickly deteriorating, Marten is sick, Dedan and Hespe are unruly, and Tempi has some startling news to share. It’s time to roll out and
DAYFALL By Michael David Ares Tor Books 286 pgs In the not too distant future, Pakistan and India suffer a nuclear confrontation which has disastrous results throughout the globe. Ice melting in subartic regions and Greenland causes rising water levels and twenty percent of New York City is lost. Other
In ‘The Archives’ Mandy hosts a series of interviews with independently published fantasy authors in honor of Nanowrimo and in exchange for donations to Worldbuilders Charity. In this episode of the Archives Mandy interviews James Jakins, author of urban fantasy novel “Jack Bloodfist: Fixer” and “Knights of the Dead God”.
In Episode 103 of CasterQuest Hosts Mandy and Erik discuss Chapter 88 “Listening“- of “The Wise Man’s Fear” the second novel in the best selling fantasy series “The Kingkiller Chronicle” by Patrick Rothfuss. In this episode we travel with Jax as he searches for the moon and evolves from an
CURSE OF THE BLOOD FIENDS By P.J. Thorndyke Celluloid Terrors 298 pages Receiving books from authors we are unfamiliar with is always an exciting event. It leads us to a new door wherein we wonder what awaits on the other side; something fantastically good, something mediocre or, heaven forbid, something
NIGHTWISE By R. S. Belcher Tor Books 352 pgs This is the third R. S. Belcher novel we’ve read in the past two years and we are fast becoming devoted fans. Whereas the first two were part of a weird western series, “Nightwise” is a twisted, dark tale of modern
STRANGE VIEW FROM A SKEWED ORBIT (An Oddball Memoir) By Ardath Mayhar Borgo Press 159 pgs Dear Readers, this certainly will not be one of my regular reviews. You see the subject matter is much too personal for me and we need to share much more than a few declarative
THE OBSIDIAN CHAMBER (A Pendergast Novel) By Preston & Child Grand Central Publishing 437 pgs We make no bones that we are devoted fans of this new pulp series. Special Agent Pendergast and his revolving cast of supporting characters are truly colorful and memorable. In this, the sixteen entry, the
EP 102 of CasterQuest covers The Lethani Chapter 87 of “The Wise Man’s Fear” in our ongoing book club recapping Patrick Rothfuss’ best-selling fantasy series The Kingkiller Chronicle. In this episode Tempi and Kvothe take a day trip in to Crosson and have an eventful time at the local inn.