Tag Archives: E.G. Stone

Outpost by F.T. McKinstry: a Review by E.G. Stone

Have you ever read a book where the characters seemed to jump off of the page? Where you get weirdly invested in their journey and exclaim out loud (much to the annoyance of the cat) when they finally do what … Continue reading

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Broken Throne Series by Jamie Davis: a Review by E.G. Stone

For people who like to see what the world would be like if it had magic in it, then the world of urban fantasy is like candy or chocolate or socks (with Star Trek patterns, of course). Within the world … Continue reading

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Ancient Enemies by Tora Moon: a Review by E.G. Stone

One of the most entertaining pieces about fantasy is that it can involve—actually, it must involve—elements of a world not our own. Whether this be in the form of magical creatures, a means for humans to use magic, a world … Continue reading

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A Ritual of Bone by Lee C Conley: a Review by E.G. Stone

In recent years, it seems as though the idea of the zombie apocalypse has become rather prevalent in popular media. People tell me that this is because of the television series, The Walking Dead, but as I haven’t actually seen … Continue reading

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Nightblade by Ryan Kirk: a Review by E.G. Stone

If you haven’t yet heard of Nightblade by Ryan Kirk, then you are in for quite the treat. This book not only has over seven-hundred reviews on Amazon, with an overall rating of 4.5, but is also one of the … Continue reading

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By the Hand of Dragons: AlinGuard by Alexzander Christion: a Review by E.G. Stone

This week’s book review is of Alexzander Christion’s book By The Hand of Dragons: AlinGuard. This book is an unexpected and impressive fantasy novel, that a reader of the classics as well as modern interpretations of fantasy would enjoy thoroughly. … Continue reading

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The First Girl Child by Amy Harmon: a Review by E.G. Stone

The good thing about fantasy is that it is a genre that can be incredibly broad. For example, Amy Harmon’s First Girl Child is a book that perhaps deals more with mythology than it does true magic. This book explores … Continue reading

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The Ashen Levels by CF Welburn: a Review by E.G. Stone

The Ashen Levels by CF Welburn is a gamelit progressive fantasy novel which is both massive in scope and definitely on my best books list for this year. I think this book probably is one of the more impressive in … Continue reading

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A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe by Alex White: a Review by E.G. Stone

Time to foray into the world of traditional publishing. I read a book called A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe by Alex White. This book is a combination of sci-fi in the most space opera terms, and … Continue reading

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