An evocatively powerful example of graphic storytelling using emerging media, multi multi-award-winning horror Novelist Gage has created a powerful and absorbing graphic novel using innovative AI-generated artwork.
A rivetingly suspenseful Urban Fantasy novel that deftly intertwines elements of Celtic myth and Christian doctrine Skellig proves a superb second release in E R Barr’s “The Tales of Conor Archer” series.
Bringing a distinctive voice to the genre, Vaughan W Smith sets himself apart with his first book in The BloodStorm series with plotting that is fast-paced and compelling with a propulsive story that encompasses all the requisites of popular Urban Fantasy.
Strong in terms of plotting and character development Bobb Jr. has crafted a well-articulated world with distinct settings and relatable, compelling characters devoted to a thrilling quest.
Bay is new to the school. Quickly befriended by Abby and her companions Sasha and Felix, he finds himself living a dream he has held for a long time. Nevertheless, despite his joy in new-found friends and normality, Bay has a big secret…
A wonderfully rich, dark and emotionally engaging Fantasy novel with the flavour and appeal of the genre’s best it’s rare that a novel leaves you glued to your seat, wanting to read it again, but The Shade Of Highfall is certainly one of them with O’Dell delivering an exquisitely crafted narrative.
A bewitching fantasy The Tinker The Mage &The Princess delivers a rousing, large-scale adventure that reminds us what’s so good about the fantasy genre.
It’s big on grandiose emotions like camaraderie, heroism, treachery and love with H. D. Bobb Jr. ably managing to avoid the prescriptive travelogue style of far too many fantasy epics through refreshingly uncompromising prose and a meticulous eye for detail.
Kathleen. W . Franks has managed to capture; the kind that transports its young reader into the realms of their own imagination, complete with secret tunnels, magical creatures and a good old baddie or two!
Right from the off the mystery begins as Franks firmly hooks her readers with strong relatable characters and a gripping plot, with the shape of the novel growing and shifting naturally from her protagonist’s very first experience at his new home.
A totally enthralling introduction into the Evorath fantasy series, ‘The Birth of Death’ introduces its readers to a new and exciting world of mythical creatures and supernatural powers.
The delicacy and even believability of this fantastical story support an underlying message of decent human behaviour and a well-mannered and civilised society, and the reader is left with the sense that Brightwell truly believes in the nature of the society she has created in a more peaceful parallel universe- one which follows closely to the Q’ehazi people.