Book review: Elektra by Jennifer Saint

Book review: Elektra by Jennifer Saint

War is coming. Helen has run away with Paris and is living in Troy. Menelaus, Helen’s first husband, mobilises his troops, intent on bringing his wife back and punishing Troy.   Clytemnestra, Helen’s sister, hopes for a swift resolution, one that brings her...
Book review: We Cry for Blood by Devin Madson

Book review: We Cry for Blood by Devin Madson

The book continues the series’ running theme of women’s place in society. It explores the lingering trauma rape has on the victim and the difficulties women face when trying to change their situation. Dishiva face’s sexual discrimination for the first time in her life...
Book review: Kith and Kin by Marieke Nijkamp

Book review: Kith and Kin by Marieke Nijkamp

Kith and Kin is the debut novel based on the world and characters of Critical Role. For the uninitiated, Critical Role is a long-running livestream show where a group of voice actors (now arguably more famous for this endeavour than their other work) play Dungeons...
Book Review: In the Watchful City by S. Qiouyi Lu

Book Review: In the Watchful City by S. Qiouyi Lu

As an extrasensory human, Anima can connect to Ora’s living network known as the Gleaming. Through the Gleaming, æ monitors Ora’s citizens and prevents crimes. Æ has dedicated æ whole life to this duty, believing the city’s wellbeing is worth æ selflessness. But then...