Sour Fruit, by Eli Allison Review by E.G. Stone

Sour Fruit, by Eli Allison Sour Fruit by Eli Allison is a dystopian speculative fiction novel that follows both the traditional sense of dystopian and modern sense dystopian whilst causing huge amounts of trouble. The traditional sense of dystopian novels involve a utopian society in which there is an unseen but fundamental flaw. Examples of…

Dagger and Scythe, by Emilie Knight Review by E.G. Stone

Dagger and Scythe, by Emilie Knight We're going to start off today with a review of the grim dark/macabre/dark fantasy story Dagger and Scythe by Emilie Knight. The story was difficult to classify genre wise for me, because I am really not very good at classifying genre. However, this definitely follows along the lines of…

Jack Bloodfist: Freelancer Review by Noelle Nichols

Jack Bloodfist: Freelancer by James Jakins Review by Noelle Nichols Freelancer is the second novel following the character of Jack Bloodfist, fantasy’s most humble half-orc, half-goblin character. It’s another enjoyable read from James Jakins that shows the growth of the author—with a story that expands the universe and storytelling on grander scale—while still staying true…

Jack Bloodfist: Freelancer Review by Steve Caldwell

Review by Steve Caldwell Author: James Jakins Length: 326 Pages Publisher: Robber's Dog Pub Release Date: April 21, 2019 (expected) Genre: Urban Fantasy I read the first book in this series, Jack Bloodfist: Fixer, last year. I found it to be a refreshing change of pace from the usual wizard PI and shape changer mechanic/bounty…