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Book Review – The Dreams in the Witch House, by H.P. Lovecraft

Rating: ★★★★✩ Genre: Horror Wikipedia Website             About: The Dreams in the Witch House is a horror story by Lovecraft, published in Weird Tales in July 1933. Review: There's a specific reason I wanted to review this story after The Nameless City, and there's some really interesting irony to it; which… Continue reading Book Review – The Dreams in the Witch House, by H.P. Lovecraft

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Book Review – The Ashen Levels: Adept, by C.F. Welburn

Rating: ★★★★★ Genre: Fantasy Amazon Website Facebook       About In Adept, things really do begin to get serious - and as they should, given the title. Balagir now truly comes into his stride as a leader, whether by choice or not, and naturally he is met with newer and greater challenges. These are… Continue reading Book Review – The Ashen Levels: Adept, by C.F. Welburn

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Book Review – The Ashen Levels: Journeyman, by C.F. Welburn

Rating: ★★★★✪ (4.5/5) Genre: Fantasy Amazon Website Facebook       About Continuing where Fledgling left off, Journeyman puts us straight back in the boots of Balagir, who has once more undertaken a perilous journey. Set largely on and around the ship known as the Spite Spear, Balagir continues to weave his way around those who… Continue reading Book Review – The Ashen Levels: Journeyman, by C.F. Welburn

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Book Review – The Ashen Levels: Fledgling, by C.F. Welburn

Rating: ★★★★★ Genre: Fantasy Amazon Website Facebook       About Fledgling is the first book of five in The Ashen Levels, and tells the story of Balagir, a man who has woken amidst a strange world and even stranger company. Bereft of any useful memories, he finds himself thrown down a path etched out… Continue reading Book Review – The Ashen Levels: Fledgling, by C.F. Welburn

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Story Review: The Red-Headed League – Sherlock Holmes

I've always been a fan of Holmes, and though many may say it, it's honestly true. There's something about the stories and how they are written, that manages to envelope you in a great sensation of the moment, created by the words without bias. You can appreciate the warm fireplace and cosy interior of Baker… Continue reading Story Review: The Red-Headed League – Sherlock Holmes