Tag: book review

Hidden by Benedict Jacka

Whilst rumours of his master’s return circulates throughout the mage community, Alex Verus, Diviner and known “outsider”, chooses to ignore the gossip and focus on something else entirely, such as rebuilding damaged friendships. An interruption comes in the form of abduction when Anne, his once housemate and valued companion, disappears in her home. Taking it upon himself, Alex doesn’t hesitate to stage a rescue mission, which just so happens to lead to a shadow realm, belonging to the one and only Dark mage, Sagash.

John Dies at the End by David Wong

“Soy sauce” is the name for the mystifying new drug that begins to plague David Wong’s life. David Wong isn’t actually his real name. Did you know that “Wong” is the most common surname in the world? And “John” is the most common first name in the world? And yet there’s not a single person named John Wong! Wait, where was I?

The Fallen Kind Vol I: Ghosts Of Nunchi by M. Almelk

The planet has suffered since humanity arrived, and war has run rampant. After an event of near mass extinction, the survivors struggle to do their best in the grim conditions that have befallen them. It’s not over yet, however, as a certain individual plans for a world-wide cleansing. He’ll stop at nothing to protect the “Promised Land” from the conflict that so closely follows humankind. What he doesn’t foresee, are the actions of a select few, and how they threaten everything he’s working toward.