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Archive for the ‘Dark Fantasy’ Category

Moonless Nocturne by Hank Schwaeble

May 6, 2023

Moonless Nocturne by Hank Schwaeble is a recently written anthology of Dark Fantasy and Horror Noir. I got this one for Christmas last year, otherwise who would think it would be possible for me to review a Horror book less than a year old? But this is not only horror. Schwaeble gets some bonus points […]

The Dragon Factory by Jonathan Maberry

April 7, 2023

The Dragon Factory by Jonathan Maberry is the second book in the Joe Ledger series and also the second one I have read.Joe Ledger is a James Bond meets Jason Bourne in a fantastic high tech world full of things like zombies, arch villains, and biologically engineered monsters. In other words, this book is a […]

Jennifer Ainsley: The Final Demon War by Sidney Stone

April 20, 2021

Jennifer Ainsley: The Final Demon War by Sidney Stone has been waiting to be reviewed for a while. I thought it was not the first book in the series, so it collected dust in my shelves. Perhaps the title the Final Demon War made me think it was the last in a series, but I […]

The Made Up Man by Karen Heular

December 17, 2020

The Made Up Man by Karen Heular is an odd novel I put off reading for a long while. However, I am honestly attempting to read every book I have ever been sent to review, so here goes.  Alyson’s life is all but destroyed when her longtime lover leaves her for her best friend. She […]

The Last Kids on Earth and the Zombie Parade by Max Brallier

November 23, 2020

The Last Kids on Earth and the Zombie Parade by Max Brallier is a young adult book geared for middle school kids and perhaps more for boys than girls. Some might call this a little horror novel or even dystopian, but I am going to go with Dark Fantasy with this one. Those who have […]

Ragnarok Unwound by Kristin Jacques

April 30, 2020

Ragnarok Unwound by Kristin Jacques is a dark fantasy novel which immerses the reader into the world of the Norse Myths but during our current era. It focuses on Ives, her fairy sidekick, Jules, and large cast of odd, interesting, and often famous demi-gods.   Ragnarok Unwound by Kristin Jacques Genre:  Dark Fantasy Publisher: Self […]

The Point by John Dixon

May 30, 2019

The Point by John Dixon is a fantasy novel set during our current era. The story revolves around Scarlett Winters an eighteen year old female rebel. Scarlett was usually more interested in partying than using her skills to insure her future. When she discovers her ‘Posthuman” abilities in a manner which could have got her […]

Redhead by Ian Cook

May 13, 2019

Redhead by Ian Cook is a Dark Fantasy novel set during our current era. It revolves around a reporter, Rebecca, and her new friends, a scientist name Jim and an archeologist named Larry. Rebecca discovers strange doings regarding redheads. There had been assaults and disappearances. Since she is a redhead herself, her supervisor asks her […]

One of Us by Craig DiLouie

March 18, 2019

One of Us by Craig DiLouie is what I tend to call Dark Fantasy—a fantasy novel which takes place during our present era.  This novel centers around a young generation of children which were born with monstrous disfigurements living as little better than slaves within harsh orphanages. There are several points of view in this […]

Walking Through Fire by Sherri Cook Woosley

September 28, 2018

Genre:  Dark Fantasy Publisher:  Talos Press Published: 2018 Reviewer Rating:  4 Stars Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths         Walking Through Fire by Sherri Cook Woosley covers a great deal of interesting ground and might be hard to tag a genre to, but I am going to go with Dark Fantasy, which, at least […]