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Acts of Caine
Caine's Law  
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Caine's Law

Is this Caine's swan song? Possibly. Is Caine's Law a spectacular Fantasy novel? Rob thinks so.

Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor

Who better to break down the Heroic & Mythic figure of Luke Skywalker than Matthew Stover? Rob reviews Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor.

Caine Black Knife

Matthew Stover returns to his most famous character, Caine in the third Act of Caine. How could Rob not like it?

Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith

Penning this novel was probably a lot more difficult than one would think, between meeting the demands of the story set forth by George Lucas to maintaining tension with the ending a quantifiable fact, Stoverís effort is a wonderful achievement to read.


Mace Windu is perhaps the most intriguing and mysterious character in the Star Wars prequel films. He is a character that is just about on equal level with the revered Jedi Master Yoda, after all, Mace is the man who took out Jango Fett, via your regular garden variety decapitation.

Blade of Tyshalle

Blade of Tyshalle is the sequel to Matthew Stoverís excellent Heroes Die. This is the rare sequel that surpasses the excellence of its predecessor.



The Terry Pratchett Anywhere But Here, Anywhen But Now First Novel Prize!
05-31 - News
Stephen King's Joyland UK Promotion
05-30 - News
UK Publisher of Stephen Kingís New Novel Unusual Promotion
05-30 - News
Big Time, The by Fritz Leiber
05-29 - Book Review
Rogue Clone by Steven L. Kent
05-25 - Book Review
The Blue Blazes by Chuck Wendig
05-21 - Book Review
The Wisdom of the Shire by Noble Smith
05-17 - Book Review

05-10 - News
The Tyrant's Law by Daniel Abraham
05-04 - Book Review
Galaxy's Edge 1 by Mike Resnick
04-28 - Book Review
Poison by Sarah Pinborough
04-21 - Book Review
Bullington, Beukes and Bacigalupi event
04-19 - News
The City by Stella Gemmell
04-17 - Book Review
Promise of Blood by Brian McClellan
04-15 - Book Review
Tarnished Knight by Jack Campbell
04-09 - Book Review
Frank Hampson: Tomorrow Revisited by Alastair Crompton
04-07 - Book Review
The Forever Knight by John Marco
04-01 - Book Review
Book of Sith - Secrets from the Dark Side by Daniel Wallace
03-31 - Book Review
NOS4R2 by Joe Hill
03-25 - Book Review
Fade to Black by Francis Knight
03-13 - Book Review
The Clone Republic by Steven L. Kent
03-12 - Book Review
The Burn Zone by James K. Decker
03-06 - Book Review
A Conspiracy of Alchemists by Liesel Schwarz
03-04 - Book Review
Blood's Pride by Evie Manieri
02-28 - Book Review
Excerpt: River of Stars by Guy Gavriel Kay
02-27 - Article
Tales of Majipoor by Robert Silverberg
02-24 - Book Review
American Elsewhere by Robert Jackson Bennett
02-20 - Book Review
Evie Manieri Guest Post
02-19 - Article
The Grim Company by Luke Scull
02-17 - Book Review
Red Planet by Robert A. Heinlein
02-11 - Book Review

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