“Tales of the Burned Stones” is releasing! What makes this different from it’s older sibling “Stoneburner?”
After a number of books with conflict and violence, I wanted to make a return to calmer action so let’s check out “A Coup of Tea” by Casey Blair!
I have meant to read a book from Aliette de Bodard’s “Xuya Universe” series. With the recent release of The Red Scholar’s Wake, I had the perfect excuse to do so!
A tale from pre-unification Norway, “Sigird and Elyn” promises to be a tale of LGBTQ+ romance and intrigue, but does it deliver on both setting and story?
Hive Minds Give Good Hugs by “Thundamoo” is a scifi with elements of LitRPG that explores two different storylines, both interesting in their own ways.
Before I started the Hessan’s County blog, this all started out as me doing informal book reviews on the Rule […]
It has been a hot second since I have looked at a fiction book, so I decided to revisit a book that I felt was, at least for me, profound and could use a larger audience, “The Hands of the Emperor”
How does one describe a book like Iron Widow? Amazing, raw, and angry is a start, but let’s try to do better.
In Valkyrie, the station of Odin Prime was once a promised place. A fungal disease ended that. Will our pair survive in this police state and find a way out?
Unconquerable Sun by Kate Elliot is an interstellar military science-fiction novel that marks the beginning of a new series, the […]