I normally don’t do this, but since I have such a fantastic array of upcoming reviews getting ready to hit the blog, I figured I would share them.

First up is….

The Four Realms by Adrian Faulkner published with Anarchy Books

“Half-vampire Darwin stumbles across a corpse on the streets of London, and in a pocket discovehttps://troubledscribe.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post-new.phprs a notebook in a mysterious language. Divided between human ethics and vampire blood lust, Darwin finds himself both condemner and saviour of a race who’ve never considered him one of their own. Now, he must try and lead the survivors to sanctuary in New Salisbury before Mr West completes his genocide of the vampires in his quest to obtain the book…

Maureen Summerglass is eighty-two years old, a prisoner in her ramshackle home. She is afraid to let people enter in case they discover the oak door in her cellar. Threatened with homelessness and retirement from her job as a gatekeeper between worlds, Maureen breaks protocol when the death of a close friend is covered up… and enters the city of New Salisbury to search for his missing notebook. There, she discovers a world unlike the one of myth and fairy tale she imagined, and instead one of black market economies, brand names and tuk tuks. As she investigates, not only is she in extreme danger, but discovers she may be the first human female able to use magic…”

The next three are not in any specific order

An Agreement With Hell by Dru Pagliassotti published with Apex Publications

“In the divine struggle between good and evil, humans are hardly noticeable to the mal’akhim, but when an ancient seal is broken on the grounds of a California college campus, beings from dimensions beyond the balance of holy and unholy erupt from the earth. A retired priest and an ailing magickian must trust the mysterious Walker Between the Worlds and his skin-eating demon familiar as they step through Heisenbergian passages of probability and battle forces that are so far beyond demon they cannot be fully seen in earthly dimensions. Amidst the earthquakes and interdimensional intruders, the students and staff of California Hills University step across the boundaries of their knowledge and faith, revealing their true natures as the night erupts in earth and blood.”

Expect a lot more reviews from Apex coming soon.

Tome of Fire by Nick Kyme with The Black Library

“The Salamanders Space Marines have long been guided by the wisdom of their lost primarch, laid down in the mysterious Tome of Fire. As a new prophecy unfolds, the Salamanders find themselves tested to the point of destruction – and one of their number will either save them or damn them. This collection of short stories and novellas expands the Tome of Fire trilogy and reveals untold tales of the Salamanders and their foes.”

I freaking love the Salamanders.

 

The Rook by Daniel O’Malley published with Head of Zeus

“‘The body you are wearing used to be mine.’ So begins the letter Myfanwy Thomas is holding when she awakes in a London park surrounded by bodies all wearing latex gloves. With no recollection of who she is, Myfanwy must follow the instructions her former self left behind to discover her identity and track down the agents who want to destroy her.

She soon learns that she is a Rook, a high-ranking member of a secret organization called the Checquy that battles the many supernatural forces at work in Britain. She also discovers that she possesses a rare and deadly supernatural ability of her own.”

 

 

 

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