Infinity Gate by M.R. Carey

“The reason we show you this,” Otubre said, “right here at the start of your training, is so you’ll know what you’re fighting for. Every world’s got a lease, troopers. Every one of us has got an expiry date. But until god himself comes down from the holy mountain and tells us our time is... Continue Reading →

The Fall of Koli by M.R. Carey

“I think you’re halfway right,” I said, a lot quieter than he had been talking. “That’s how it used to be. But I don’t think it’s that way any more.” Jon got ready to break in, but I held my finger up to stop him. “Humankind was masters of the whole world once, wasn’t they?... Continue Reading →

The Trials of Koli by M.R. Carey

“There can’t be any rules in the telling of stories…as to the happiness or sadness of it, that depends on where you’re standing.”The Trials of Koli by M.R. Carey Please note I was gifted this ARC from a friend. I’m attempting to write this review having finished The Fall of Koli as well. I’m going... Continue Reading →

The Last Stormlord by Glenda Larke

"The Gibber stretched to the horizon in all directions, a flat tableland, with small stones strewn across a shiny, crusted surface of gleaming deep mauve. Here and there a few tiny plants survived on moisture that condensed from the air at night. There wasn't much: saltbush, spiny beggarchild and gummy plant. None grew more than... Continue Reading →

Half a Soul by Olivia Atwater

"There is such a thing as evil in this world,” Elias told her quietly. “It does not help to look away from it. It does not even help, necessarily, to look at it.” His fingers brushed through her hair, and she shivered. “But sometimes, when you cannot force the world to come to its senses,... Continue Reading →

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