Tag: dark fantasy

Interview with the devil: Part 2: Lanza’s Account by Skylerr Darren (Book Review #588)

Interview with the devil is the continuation of book one and provides a brief explanation on who Victor is and what stage he is at before picking up and introducing us to a new character, Lanza Bhoardar. Lanza is a mentally distorted sadistic person… Continue Reading “Interview with the devil: Part 2: Lanza’s Account by Skylerr Darren (Book Review #588)”

Shadows of Illyria: Phantoms of War by Jeffrey M Van Zuiden (Book Review #555)

Shadows of Illyria is a dark fantasy novel. It is the first book of its series and is about Captain Herboren. He not only has orcs and scoundrels to fight but also has an inner dark feeling that is taking over his own judgment… Continue Reading “Shadows of Illyria: Phantoms of War by Jeffrey M Van Zuiden (Book Review #555)”

The Revealing Cover – Legends of the Exiles by Jesse Teller

The Revealing Cover   I needed to go to a place I had never been before. I needed to reinvent the way we did covers. Writing Legends of the Exiles was a new experience for me. I write female characters a lot and have… Continue Reading “The Revealing Cover – Legends of the Exiles by Jesse Teller”

Deadmarsh Fey (Dwellers of Darkness, Children of Light #1) by Melika Dannese Lux (Book Review #515)

Deadmarsh Fey is a long dark fantasy novel written about Roger Knightley, a young boy who has heard many storied of Deadmarch but this time around, on his summertime vacation, he realizes that everything has changed. There are some family secrets that he never… Continue Reading “Deadmarsh Fey (Dwellers of Darkness, Children of Light #1) by Melika Dannese Lux (Book Review #515)”

Crown (The Manhunters Book Three) by Jesse Teller (Book Review #502)

Crown is the third book in the Man hunter’s trilogy. This dark fantasy novel continues its adventure with Rayph and his team. In this story, the immortal source of chaos are running free and Rayph has to stop them. Things aren’t the same and… Continue Reading “Crown (The Manhunters Book Three) by Jesse Teller (Book Review #502)”

Hemlock. By Jesse Teller (Book Review #500)

Hemlock is another masterpiece written by Jesse Teller. I have read over 5 books from this author, and I knew from the start that this one was not going to disappoint me either. I think what stands out is, his superb skill of fantasy… Continue Reading “Hemlock. By Jesse Teller (Book Review #500)”

Taken with a Dark Desire by Dennis Scheel (Book Review #476)

Taken with a dark desire is a fantasy story about Lucifer. He wants a ring that belongs to a world of which he should not get involved with. Therefore, he sends someone else to do the deed for him. Claus needs to kidnap Daniel… Continue Reading “Taken with a Dark Desire by Dennis Scheel (Book Review #476)”

Monsters Exist by Theresa Braun (Book Review #259)

This is a horror fiction book written as a collection of stories by several authors. What makes this book special is its diversity and selection of various style of writing and skills combined into one. Each author tells a story and each one is… Continue Reading “Monsters Exist by Theresa Braun (Book Review #259)”

Mestlven: A Tale from Perilisc by Jesse Teller (Book Review #161)

This review was kindly requested by Rebeka Teller. Behind every evil, there is a story – there is pain. The abused becomes the abuser. The kind spirited becomes the villain. This tale is the latest book written by the author and I must say that… Continue Reading “Mestlven: A Tale from Perilisc by Jesse Teller (Book Review #161)”