Sea of Death by Tim Waggoner is the third and final volume in the dark fantasy, sword and sorcery series, The Blade of the Flame Trilogy, which is set in the Eberron universe. It follows an assassin-turned-priest named Diran Bastiaan and his half-Orc best friend, Ghaji (pronounced Gha-yee), and their little crew of chums as they try to unite two opposing nations by ending a curse a hundred years in the living
King’s Heir: Rise to the Throne is a historical adventure, hidden object game developed by Cordelia Games and published by Artifex Mundi that released in May 2018. The story follows two knights that are pulled into a conspiracy for the crown upon the demise of the kingdom’s royal ruler.
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is a Gothic romance literary classic that is told via a series of letters and other textual materials to express a tale obsession, of science as well as death and morality. The story revolves around a man who believes that he can bring a human back to life after their demise, and when he accomplishes this task, the consequences leave him writhing with disbelief and absolute fear.
Mars by Fuyumi Soryō is a shōjo romance manga series with a dark story that revolves around two individuals with very fucked-up pasts that find each other during a time in their lives where they are most impressionable and dealing with some severe emotional trauma. As they begin to lean on one another, their bond grows deeper and more dangerous along the way.
Ever since I created BiblioNyan back in 2015-16, I haven’t done any “spring cleaning” type of gig on here. I’ve tinkered a bit with the organisation of my content, but I never dived in and cleaned things up. Well, this weekend, I’m not sure what crawled into my brain and triggered my OCD, but I began tweaking the categories and it led to a rather in-depth dive of deletion and decluttering.
Every now and again I will find a book that sinks itself straight into my soul, as well as my heart and mind. It leaves behind an intense imprint on how I perceive the world around me as well as the people in it, helping me grow and become more self-aware. Shanghai Girls is precisely this kind of novel
Koko Takes a Holiday by Kieran Shea is a cyberpunk action novel about a young lady criminal named Koko Martstellar who retires on an island that basically offers a theme park experience for shady ass people. She owns a business and has essentially retired from her blood-soaking shenanigans. But when an old acquaintance sends a team of assassins after Miss Martstellar, her retirement hopes and dreams get blown to bits just like her brothel. On the run and spectacularly ticked off about this latest event, she decides to take out the acquaintance before her ass can get further fried.
The House at the Bottom of a Lake by Josh Malerman is a psychological horror novella about two teenagers who have their first date on a stunning lake…
I got a humongous leaning tower of tomes and I’m excited to read them over the next three to four months. Joking and whining aside, the Summer heat is pretty atrocious for my physical health, so to avoid long bouts of bedrest, I figured it would be wise to hoard up on things that can help keep my ADHD occupied
Because of the complex history and relationship that I share with my bibliophilic passions and having a mental condition that makes singular concentration a monstrosity of a task, I’ve avoided answering this question for as long as possible. However, after years of struggling with it, and various trial-and-error techniques, I think it’s time for me to share the methods that have consistently helped me to become such a voracious reader, even when my ADHD decides to be a complete and total bastard.
Awakened by James S. Murray and Darren Wearmouth is a science-fiction, horror story that begins in New York City’s latest underground subway line, which is an express line that connects the city with communities across the Hudson River. On the inauguration celebration of this state-of-the-art transport system, everyone is stunned when the train’s car arrive completely devoid of human life except for the blood that splatters its walls.
May is a tough month for me with respect to my mental and emotional health (anniversaries for yucky things), so rather than indulge in a lot of new and fresh content, I spent most of these last few weeks watching old, comforting films and TV favourites. A lot of them are cheesy, but I needed the laughter and the nostalgia that watching these corny things fill me with.
🎶 I’m teasing Mr Wayne…Just teasing Mr Wayne…What a glooorious feeling…I’m batty again…🎶 Batman: The Dark Prince Charming by Enrico Marini is a superhero, psychological crime thriller graphic novel about a mother and her young daughter after they appear on Bruce Wayne’s doorstop one day with shocking news. When the kid is abducted by The…