I got this book because the narrator was Ralph Lister and he’s one of my favorite performers — however I
I loved the last book, I went into it cold because I wanted to be surprised. I didn’t even know
This is a slow burn book, a very slow burn with lots of politics, characters, moving pieces and hard choices.
I’ve read this author’s work in the past and really, really enjoyed them – I was a huge fan of
This is the second book in the series, the first of which, Shattered Dreams, was entered into last year’s SPFBO.
Steve Thomas, the author of Klondaeg, does a comedy club type thing where he reviews comedies he’s read both on
I loved Sins of Empire, if you haven’t read that one yet I would read that review/book first before reading
I tried reading Promise of Blood a few years ago, and although I finished, it didn’t leave any lasting impression
I was so hyped up for this book, everyone seems to be talking about it and I watched a ton
I don’t know how to do a proper review of this book because it’s the last in the series and
This will be a shorter review since this is a stand-alone set in the First Law trilogy world. If you haven’t
I can’t get enough of this series, it’s a problem. I don’t know what I’m going to do with myself
I’ll be going into the first book in depth, and then some thoughts on the series overall at the bottom,
I was excited to read this one, I knew a little bit about it before I picked it up, I
I picked this one up on a reddit thread, where someone posted asking for authors of indie books with a