Old Man’s War – Review

Yes I know, this series have had thousands of reviews and is already read by 96,4 percent of the galaxy’s population. So why write another review? Well the answer is simple, I want to. If I can get just one more person to read this series it will be worth it. Come to think of […]

Urban Fantasy – A Literary Minefield

Good old J.R.R had it easy, back then fantasy was fantasy…….and barely that. If you bought a fantasy novel you knew what you got, there would be wizards, there would be a young boy who struggled to accept who and what he was, there was a journey and there would most probably be dragons. And […]

Otherland by Tad Williams – Review

The SSF-genre is well known for long series and books big as building bricks. This is of course often a good thing, if you like the series you have a lot to look forward to, and if you don’t like it, well you just stop reading it. The problems of course starts when you really […]

The Origin Mystery – Review

  On the lookout for my next review-victim, I was rummaging through my Kindle library yesterday, and to my delight, found The  Origin Mystery Series by A.G. Riddle. Memories flooded in and I thought “YiHAA! A brilliant series that is still more or less unknown and by a new fresh author! My review will probably be […]

Thursday Next – A Literary Heroine

If you should pick you favorite work from the the genre comical-literary-fantasy-science-fiction my guess is that you would choose Jasper Fforde’s series about literary detective Thursday Next. Uh, whats that? The only work in that genre? Well yes, but even so. Jasper Fforde (yes i know about the extra “f”, but he’s British so what can you do?) […]

The Aurora Rising – Review

Self-publishing has always been a double-edged sword. On one hand it gives struggling writers the chance to prove all those pesky editors wrong and show the world what brilliant wordsmiths they are. Unfortunately many of these authors, and I use the term authors very loosely here, turns out not to be brilliant wordsmiths, quite the contrary, many […]

Promise of Blood – Review

Promise of Blood is the first book in The Powder Mage trilogy by american writer Brian McClellan. It was published in 2013, meaning that for some unfathomable reason it has managed to stay under my radar for two years. I am happy to say that this oversight on my part has now been corrected. This […]

The Black Company – review

The Chronicles of The Black Company is a series of novels for those of us who like it dark and gritty. Written by american author Glen Cook, the series start of with the novel titled simply The Black Company. Published first in 1984 it starts off a string of 10 novels, that takes us inside the life […]