Shitij Sharma’s opus for human destiny isn’t afraid to stand apart.
More of a prologue than a prequel to Crichlow’s Whimper series, but is it enough to reel you in?
A comedic tale about saving/destroying the world with time travel, explosions and all the good stuff a dystopian tale needs.
The first book in the Tales of a Timekeeper trilogy follows the established YA fantasy formula to a tee.
A witty and entertaining take on a popular apocalypse genre
An enchanting fantasy story, well conceived and filled with potential but needs more work.
A gritty and harrowing tale that gives insight into the depths of human nature.
Follow Geoffrey and a talking dragon in a quest for a princess’ hand
A flurry of intense and enchanting action as typical heroes take on poorly-scripted villains. A flawed but exciting story.
A well written story of suspense, but an overly elaborate and ill explained ending feels anti-climatic
Exciting potential, exhilarating action, but feels more like an early draft rather than the finished article.
Simple yet uniquely entertaining.