Articles Posted in the " Traditional Press " Category


  • A Diverse Cast Makes The Gilded Wolves Worth A Read

    On the eve of the Exposition Universelle in 19th century Paris, Séverin Montagnet-Alarie, a French-Algerian treasure hunter and hotel owner, is on the cusp of gaining back his family’s fortune. All he has to do is recover an ancient artifact sought by the Order of Babel. This is the story in The Gilded Wolves by Roshani […]




  • “White Stag” Book Review: Good Premise, Poor Execution

    In White Stag, author Kara Barbieri asks you to imagine a land where it’s always winter, and all of the goblins look like David Bowie in Labyrinth (and he wasn’t even a goblin, he was just their king). Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are […]


  • “The Similars” Just Has Too Much Going On

    High school is hard enough without having to deal with the clone of your dead best friend. In The Similars by Rebecca Hanover, Emmaline Chance’s junior year at her prestigious boarding school is about to get complicated. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.



  • Fire & Blood: A Heavy Tome With a Few Great Tidbits

    It’s been four long years since any lengthy new World of Ice and Fire content, and more than seven years since the last new Song of Ice and Fire installment…so no wonder fans were so excited for the heavy tome that is Fire & Blood, a 700+ page history spanning approximately 150 years of Targaryen history, […]