Horseman by Christina Henry is a queer dark fantasy re-imagining of the classic, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving. All the people of Sleepy Hollow know of the Horseman, yet no one truly believes in his existence. Not even Ben’s badass grandfather, Brom Bones, who was there when the rumoured Horseman chased one of their own out of town. Thirty-some-odd years later,
Miniature book reviews for two fantasy short story collections, Songs of Love and Death edited by Martin and Dozois; Blood Lite edited by Kevin J. Anderson
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
Forge of the Mindslayers by Tim Waggoner is the second novel in the dark fantasy, sword-and-sorcery series, The Blade of the Flame. Diran and his half-Orc chum, Ghaji, receive a tip about a lich terrorising people in the mountains of Perhata. As they work to hunt down this malevolent force, the duo, and their comrades, end up getting ensnared in the local politics poisoning the two regions that are vying for control.