Bane and Shadow. Book Review

April 29, 2017

BANE AND SHADOW by Jon Skovron Orbit. p/b. 512pp. £8.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins The biomancers changed Hope and Red and in far more than just their names. No longer [...]

The Waking Fire. Book Review

April 28, 2017

THE WAKING FIRE by Anthony Ryan Orbit. p/b. 720pp. £8.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Lizanne is the granddaughter of the admired Darus Letheridge, although Lizanne knows [...]

Hope and Red. Book Review

April 27, 2017

HOPE AND RED by Jon Skovron Orbit. p/b. 512pp. £8.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins It is bad luck to have a girl aboard in the Southern Seas, but it is too late now. Already [...]

The Sorcerer’s Daughter. Book Review

February 14, 2017

THE SORCERER’S DAUGHTER by Terry Brooks Orbit. h/b. 352pp. £20 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins The pilgrim passes unseen through Arishaig, just as he planned. Just one more [...]

The Shadow of What Was Lost. Book Review

February 12, 2017

THE SHADOW OF WHAT WAS LOST by James Islington Orbit. h/b. 704pp. £16.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Tal watches the lightning illuminate the waters of Gryth Mmorg and light [...]

The Autumn Republic. Book Review

February 3, 2016

THE AUTUMN REPUBLIC by Brian McClellan Orbit. p/b, 624pp, £9.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Lord Claremonte is in the running to become First Minister of Adro. Tamas is deep [...]

Echo City by Tim Lebbon. Book review

October 14, 2013

ECHO CITY by Tim Lebbon, Orbit, paperback, £8.99, www.orbitbooks.net Reviewed by Richard Webb @RaW_writing Tim Lebbon’s EchoCity is a speculative fantasy [...]

Out for Blood. Book Review

January 16, 2013

OUT FOR BLOOD by Kristen Painter Orbit, p/b, £7.99 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan In some respects it seems very unfair to try to review a book part way through a series [...]

The Black Prism — book review

November 30, 2011

THE BLACK PRISM by Brent Weeks. Orbit £7.99 Reviewed by Karen Stevens In a land where magic is divided by colour, the Prism is the most powerful man in the world. But the [...]

The Business of Death — book review

November 27, 2011

THE BUSINESS OF DEATH by Trent Jamieson. Orbit Books £8.99 Reviewed by Matthew Johns Jamieson’s Death Works trilogy centres on Mortmax, the Australian branch of a [...]
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