Category: Reviews

Chaos Rising

Chaos Rising

On Christmas Eve, the lights go out. Reclusive former soldier Liam Coleman doesn’t want to be anywhere near bustling downtown Chicago the day before Christmas, but his twin brother and pregnant sister-in-law need him. Mere minutes after leaving O’Hare, their car crashes, along with hundreds of other vehicles. When Liam’s phone stops working, he knows […]


Iron Blood

Iron Blood

Magic and iron don’t mix. The balance is tentative, but in an era of peace comes progress. Progress, success, is what Hezekiel strives for. Human through and through, his magic is that of heated steel, the solid strike of his hammer, the rumble of a new engine. Hezekiel aims to claim first prize at the […]


Iris by Andrew Gates

Iris by Andrew Gates

Year 200, Atlantic Federation Calendar. It has been two full centuries since the surface of the Earth was destroyed and humanity retreated to the bottom of the ocean. No one is old enough to remember the world outside the station they now call home. Life is peaceful in this artificial world. There is no war. […]


Stormhaven Rising by Eric Michael Craig

Stormhaven Rising by Eric Michael Craig

How far will one man go to make sure the truth gets out? Colton Taylor, a wealthy and eccentric industrialist, finds himself locked in a collision course with the President of the United States as he tries to save humanity from destruction.Forcing himself into the arena of international politics, Taylor struggles to maneuver the immense […]


Fragmented by Madeline Dyer

Fragmented by Madeline Dyer

After the terrible battle against the Enhanced Ones, Seven and Corin find themselves on the run. With the Enhanced closing in, Seven knows they need to find other people on their side. So, when the opportunity arises to join the Zharat, one of the last surviving Untamed tribes, it seems like the perfect solution. But […]


First Contact by Dawn Chapman (Review)

First Contact by Dawn Chapman (Review)

With their journey from planet Letháo fraught with peril, the Aonise finally arrive at what they hope will be a new home. Earth offers a new start for the displaced race, and Kendro, King of the Aonise, desperately seeks a peaceful end to their voyage. However, once they make first contact, not all is as […]


Guilty by Association by E.A.Copen

Guilty by Association by E.A.Copen

Guilty by Association (Judah Black, #1) Buy on: Amazon Everything’s bigger in Texas…Including the monsters. When a young werewolf is murdered on the Paint Rock Supernatural Reservation, the local cops think it’s a drug deal gone bad. BSI agent Judah Black knows better. An occult expert, she knows magick is at work from the beginning. […]


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 […]


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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 […]


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 […]


The Soul Conductor

The Soul Conductor

They live among the people. Quiet, even shy, but with the ability to defend themselves with sword and dagger, and much more besides…Their purpose is to guide the souls of the dying away from their physical bodies and on to their final destiny, be that reward or punishment. Led by a powerful Archdeacon, in turn […]