In Mad Shadows II: Dorgo the Dowser and the Order of the Serpent, author Joe Bonadonna has a knack for setting the scene and drawing readers in.
Swords of Steel II stands up to the success of the first volume and proves once again that stories can be just as artistic in prose as they are in tone.
Swords of Steel is a heavy metal anthology that takes us back to the art of traditional fantasy storytelling by painting heroes and villains as dark as the realms they inhabit.
A review of the sword and sorcery anthology
Like many older science fiction and fantasy readers, I was introduced to my favorite genres by pulp fiction. I missed the pulp magazine era, which died in the late 1950s; but I was around during the rise of modern mass-market paperback publishers like Ace and DAW, who reprinted old and published new pulp SF/F for […]