Paul reviews Bound Feet by Kelsea Yu, a horror novella published by Cemetery Gates Media, book three in their standalone, My Dark Library series.
Jen reviews The First of Shadows, the first book in Deck Matthews’s fantasy series, The Riven Realm.
Paul reviews The Order of Pure Moon Reflected in Water, a standalone fantasy novella by Zen Cho.
Jen reviews Nisila, a novella set in Damien Shillingford’s the King series.
Paul reviews Master of Rods and Strings, a novella by debut author Jason Marc Harris.
Jen picked this request for Mara’s Awakening, the first novella in a Sci-Fi series, The Mara Files up for a nice breather from fantasy.
Arina reviews Yaroslav Barsukov’s Tower of Mud and Straw, a Gaslamp Science Fantasy novella.
“Tower of Mud and Straw makes perfect use of the novella format, an awesome gaslamp science fantasy with a mystery punch. I can see myself coming back to this world again and again.”
Craig Hallam’s Oshibana Complex is everything I love about cyberpunk: a sharp dissection of the present by peeking into the future. This curious novella puts a captivating story into just a few pages.
A plangent and dismal story that resonates in the now, Erin K. Wagner’s latest novella, An Unnatural Life, takes us to the coming probabilities of robot civil rights through an exploration of sentience, free will, and humanity. But more importantly, science fiction novella extrapolates on how we humans react and shun new forms of identity.
This past week we gave the spotlight to Fozen Rage, a novella from the Hallequin Chronicles’ world by Steve McHugh in celebration of its release! Our Roadies brought a wide selection of content to this show with reviews and other posts. Now it’s time to bring the show to an end and it’s my pleasure to present you with the encore, including some extra content. Come and learn a bit more about the world of Frozen Rage through a Q&A with Steve!