Ninefox Gambit is an enjoyable military sci-fi novel. Its only letdowns are a slightly trite plot and technologies which aren't always explained well.
Son of the Black Sword is a fast-moving and gutsy epic fantasy novel. However, in some ways it feels like an also-ran when compared with other books by Larry Correia.
If you liked Steelheart, I recommend you pick up Firefight. It won’t take you long to read it. Don’t expect too much of it and you’ll enjoy the experience.
The Fractal Prince isn’t quite as spellbinding as The Quantum Thief. However, it’s still a worthy follow-up to the initial book in the series.
Brandon Sanderson’s Steelheart novel is a quality novel that most SFF fans will enjoy. However, it suffers from weak characters and a predictable plot.
Patrick Rothfuss’s novella The Slow Regard of Silent Things isn’t the next world-shaking novel. But it’s an extremely charming extended vignette.
Fool's Assassin is a triumphant return to the world and the characters which Robin Hobb commenced two decades ago with Assassins Apprentice.
With The Wise Man’s Fear, Patrick Rothfuss has produced what his fans have been praying for: A sequel worthy in every way in which we might judge it.
Trying to find the most logical way into Iain M. Banks' sprawling Culture series? Look no further. The Player of Games is probably the best book for you.
Read 24 years after it was first published in 1987, it is apparent that Consider Phlebas is what might be termed a flawed gem of modern science fiction.
The Quantum Thief is a first novel by a debut author which is a joy to read and helps take the science fiction genre forward.
Disappointingly, Towers of Midnight will go down in history as one of the poorest books in The Wheel of Time canon.
Take a week off work now and go and buy The Way of Kings. You won’t regret it.
With Dragon Haven, fantasy master Robin Hobb has begun to rekindle some of the magic that had left her most recent works.
Gardens of the Moon is a remarkable book and a must-read for the more advanced fantasy fans amongst us. But it's a flawed novel.
Considering that Robert Jordan is no longer around, it is remarkable that The Gathering Storm is so true to the vision of the series' original creator.
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