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Indiescififantasy (aka – me) isn’t very good at writing reviews, and I have therefore been talking to some up and coming reviewers who have given me permission to display snippets of their reviews. I only host the sample – any clicks on the title will take you to the reviewers website. If you are a reviewer on Indie fantasy and sci-fi books and would like to share your reviews, please contact michelle@indiescififantasy.com   […]

Posted 5th December 2015 by IndieSFfantasy / Reviews 0 Comments

First Contact by Dawn Chapman (Rev..

First Contact by Dawn Chapman (Review)

First Contact is the second book in Dawn Chapman’s science fiction series, The Secret King and continues to chart the progress of the Aonise as they search for a new home. Their journey – so far – has been fraught with danger, and at times, some close calls, but salvation is in sight. Planet Earth could offer the Aonise a chance to resettle and put the trauma of their escape from Lethao behind […]

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Posted 24th December 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Reviews 0 Comments

Dangerous Ways (The Books of Winte..

Dangerous Ways (The Books of Winter #1) by R.R.Virdi

My review: Dangerous Ways is the first book in a new series from the Dragon award-nominated finalist R.R.Virdi. You do not need to have read either Grave Beginnings or Grave Measures to follow this story, although if you have, there are some Easter eggs in Dangerous Ways that may well bring a smile to your face. It is clear from the onset that Jonathan Hawthorne is no ordinary man: ‘When I stood here […]

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Posted 14th December 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Reviews 0 Comments

Grave Measures by R.R. Virdi

Grave Measures by R.R. Virdi

What do shadows darting across the walls, cryptic writing, black fog, a little girl who can see ghosts have in common? Paranormal investigator and soul without a body, Vincent Graves, has forty-four hours to find out. To make matters worse, his years of body-hopping and monster-hunting are catching up with him. He’s losing his mind. […]

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Review: Equivocal Destines by Raym..

Review: Equivocal Destines by Raymond Clarke

Equivocal Destines is one of many books I’ve listed on this website but never really found the time to read it, except now I have, and what a great little read it turned out to be, well, not so much of the little… In a world plagued by hordes warped by magic into creatures hell-bent on the destruction of mankind, where elemental magic holds sway and determines your lot in life, Taal is […]

Posted 7th March 2016 by IndieSFfantasy / Reviews 0 Comments





Review: Lesser Evil by P.F.Davids

Review: Lesser Evil by P.F.Davids

Lesser Evil P.F.Davids contacted me to ask if I would read Lesser Evil and provide an honest review in exchange for a copy, however, it is available on Kindle Unlimited so I obtained the book via this method. Kester is one of the last surviving defenders of the Church of True Light. With the Serpentine Empire closing in, Kester finds himself on a desperate mission to recruit the aid of one of the […]

Posted 13th November 2015 by IndieSFfantasy / All, Blog, Indiescififantasy, Reviews 0 Comments