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The Serpent Queen
by Greg C.
Publisher: Trollgodfather Press
Date Added: 07/31/2021 15:52:45
The Serpent Queen I might be biased since I just ordered: https://twitter.com/CombatDn/status/1420005018560827408/phot-
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Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Unfinished Business: Tales of the Dark Fantastic
by Bill B.
Publisher: Queen of Swords Press
Date Added: 07/27/2021 12:51:14
Unfinished Business: Tales of the Dark Fantastic Unfinished Business is a collection of stotries by veteran author Catherine Lundoff. The stories are all dark fantasy, and range from steampunk to gothic horror to homages to classic horror stories from Poe and Stoker. There are twelve stories in all, some being reprints - having appeared in other antholgies - but this is typical for single author collections of short stories. All are delightfully chilling, and keep the reader wanting more. My favorite is the steampunk-themed Medium Mechanique, a tale of spirit mediums, lost loves, and unintended consequences. Unfinished Business is a fast read; the stories are engaging and well-paced, and it's an excellent value for the price. If you are a fan of horror and unfamiliar with Ms. Lundoff's work, I highly recommend Unfinished Business as an introduction to a fine and talented author. If you enjoy this work, you should also consider checking out her novels availble on Drive Thru Fiction, not to mention other books from her small...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Wireless and More Steam-Powered Adventures
by Bill B.
Publisher: Queen of Swords Press
Date Added: 07/25/2021 22:26:02
Wireless and More Steam-Powered Adventures Wireless and More Steam-Powered Adventures is a delightful collection of three novellas about Captain Marta Ramos - the most dangerous pirate in the Duchy of Denver - and her crew. It stands alone perfectly well, but ties in nicely with Murder on the Titania, the previous collection of stories chronicling these same airship pirates and their adventures. The middle story of Wireless doesn't involve Captain Ramos at all - directly, anyway. It concerns a mission undertaken by Ramos's right-hand man, Simms, and the good Captain's romantic interest, Deliah. Deliah has her own objectives on this mission; she has more secrets than many nations, and she and Simms get along about as well as oil and water. All three tales are fun to read, and this book is a page-turner. If you enjoy these stories, I urge you to also pick up a copy of Murder on the Titania for more from these intriguing characters and the author that brings them to life....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Sonarr (The Sonarr and Darkmask Adventures Book 1)
by DSC T. G. C. ..
Publisher: LeoMetz Productions
Date Added: 07/22/2021 10:41:11
Sonarr (The Sonarr and Darkmask Adventures Book 1) Sonarr is a fun superhero novel with interesting characters and plot. If involves a former military man turned superhero and its presented in a new unique way. If you are looking for a comic booky feeling novel this product delivers. We strongly recommend this book.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Darkmask (The Sonarr and Darkmask Adventures Book 2)
by DSC T. G. C. ..
Publisher: LeoMetz Productions
Date Added: 07/22/2021 10:39:16
Darkmask (The Sonarr and Darkmask Adventures Book 2) Darkmask is a fun superhero novel with interesting characters and plot. If you are looking for a comic booky feeling novel this product delivers. We strongly recommend this book.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Guild Adventures! Tomb of Bel'Dor (Digital Flipbook)
by Teresa S.
Publisher: Play by Action Gaming
Date Added: 07/20/2021 07:34:23
Guild Adventures! Tomb of Bel'Dor (Digital Flipbook) Woaa! Wonderful work! Play an evil character for a change. Keep writing these books! Love them.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Worlds of Android
by Noah M.
Publisher: Fantasy Flight Games
Date Added: 07/18/2021 14:34:32
The Worlds of Android I really enjoyed reading this book. The art is absolutely gorgeous and I find this book an invaluable resource for my Shadows of the Beanstalk Genesys games. If I had to pick the biggest reason why I enjoy this setting over some of the other cyberpunk and sci-fi media that's avaible. It would have to be just how "good" this future is. This setting seems like a more modern take on the future technological dystopia when compared to other similar worlds. That's not to say that there aren't problems; but the approach on technology, privacy, corporate, and governemnt influence seems much more realistic. For the middle class, life is actually pretty good. Everything you could ever want is just a click away. As long as you don't care about privacy or freedom....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Murder on the Titania and Other Steam-Powered Adventures
by Bill B.
Publisher: Queen of Swords Press
Date Added: 07/16/2021 14:59:24
Murder on the Titania and Other Steam-Powered Adventures ***Murder on the Titania*** is a fast-paced steampunk adventure consisting of 5 short stories. The stories are evocative, well-paced, and fun to read; I couldn't put this book down until I finished it, and then I wanted more. (I was in luck; there is a sequel - ***Wireless and More Steam-Powered Adventures***!) *Murder on the Titania* is an excellent example of steampunk literature from a veteran author; they've done a terrific job of creating believable characters the reader will identify with, as well as creating prose that is descriptive and evocative without going overboard. The ebook is a bit over 400 pages, but that's deceptive; the layout means each page is quite short. To give you a more clear idea of this, the print version is only 275 pages. I highly recommend *Murder on the Titania* and its sequel, *Wireless and More Steam-Powered Adventures*, to anyone with a taste for high adventure and a good story. ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Critical Hit: A Gaming Mystery
by James C.
Publisher: W.M. Akers
Date Added: 07/08/2021 13:52:39
Critical Hit: A Gaming Mystery # Another Akers Masterpiece. I have loved the ***Deadball*** as well as the ***Strange Times*** shorts. Although I was already a fan, this book was a tremendous surprise. After recieving my digital copy from the Kickstarter campaign, I was initially resigned to waiting for the physical copies to get started. As I finished my current read, I began flipping through my digial shelf of shame and came across the file in my collection. In what is perhaps the quickest read I have done, this book drew me in from the beginning and kept me engaged throughout. I am very glad I decided to jump on this title and will probably do another run through once I get the hard copy. If you are familiar with W.M. Akers, you will not be disappointed. If you are not familiar with Mr. Akers, then this would be a great place to start. In the realm of my short list of gaming related novels, this one stands at the top of the mountain. Thank you sir and I look forward to any of your future works......

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Critical Hit: A Gaming Mystery
by John C.
Publisher: W.M. Akers
Date Added: 07/07/2021 12:15:36
Critical Hit: A Gaming Mystery I've loved W.M. Akers's writing since his *Deadball* (game) books and his *Westside* series of novels. The writing style is vivid, laced with unexpected twists, and studded with humor. *Critical Hit* brings something new to the experience, it is inspired by the universe of Old School RPG's. On my Kallax shelves, near my 1st Games Workshop edition of *Talisman* and the much-newer *Gloomhaven* I have a prized book on a display stand; it's my 1st Ed. *AD&D Dungeon Master's Manual*. I grew up playing early TSR *Dungeons & Dragons* and still occasionally find myself in a *Pathfinder* session with my daughter and her friends on Zoom. Video games? I have stacks of JRPGs. The dungeon crawl is a world I am familiar with. In *Critiocal Hit* Akers shows that it is his world as well. It's an adventurious "what if?" story of that world of graph paper and polyhedral dice and smudged character sheets coming real. Gamers, mystery buffs, fantasy/adventur...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Delta Green: Strange Authorities
by Nathan S.
Publisher: Arc Dream Publishing
Date Added: 07/04/2021 23:38:26
Delta Green: Strange Authorities Tynes is a genius for painting characters and places as real and mundane, and then filling those places with human charm, and finally, using that backdrop to deliver extremely effective gut punches. I truly hope he decides to write more fiction

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Eclipse Phase: After the Fall
by Nicholas W.
Publisher: Posthuman Studios LLC
Date Added: 06/24/2021 10:42:39
Eclipse Phase: After the Fall It's an anthology so I guess it shouldn't be a surprise that it's a mix. Mostly good (White Hempen Sleeves, Nostrums, Stray Thoughts, Prix Fixe, Lack), some are fine (The Fukuda Cube, An Infinite Horizon, Melt), some are tedious (Thieving Magpie, A Resleeving of Love).

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Random Solo Adventure: Fantasy Dungeon
by TAN U.
Publisher: PenguinComics
Date Added: 06/20/2021 00:26:26
Random Solo Adventure: Fantasy Dungeon I die all the times .It's up to your bad roll.It should have spicail options for helping more than this. But it's fun for me and my boy cause we cheated it.Now I try another your books.

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Stafford Library - Heortling Mythology
by Shannon A.
Publisher: Chaosium
Date Added: 06/12/2021 04:07:01
Stafford Library - Heortling Mythology *The Book of Heortling Mythology* is an amazing bit of secondary world creation that reveals a mythology that is deep and many faceted. Stafford takes the same tactic that he used in *King of Sartar* of offering myths from lots of different viewpoints, though it's not as refined here (likely because this book was collated from the contents of several other works, rather than being created as an original piece). Nonetheless, it's an amazing work that depicts a mythological cycle that has the depth and verisimilitude of something from a real culture. If you want HeroQuests, they're here. If you want to understand the foundations of Orlanthi society, it's here. If you just want a good, dense volume of new myths, it's here. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
BattleTech: Shrapnel, Issue #1
by Robert L.
Publisher: Catalyst Game Labs
Date Added: 06/12/2021 01:51:00
BattleTech: Shrapnel, Issue #1 The lack of a PDF format makes this, and every other issue of Shrapnel mostly useless.

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
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