Monday Acclamation

In lieu of anything substantial, here’s some modest puffery to start the week…

First up, Bill Adcock of Paperback Perils has reviewed an early ARC of Phileas Fogg and the Heart of Osra…

Reynolds’ two novellas so far (with hopefully many more to come, as hinted in the text) are not only wholly satisfying sequels to Farmer’s original novels, but richly enjoyable on their own, deepening the back story of Farmer’s take on the Eighty-Day Affair, and adding a new level of complexity to the Eridanean-Capellan conflict and its participants.

And Tyler Mengel of Mengel’s Miniatures has reviewed Legends of the Age of Sigmar: Black Rift…

It’s amazing to me how a story that is really just one long battle as the Stormcast breach the outer walls of the city in the first chapter and assault the central area in the last, can be so interesting and characterful. It really didn’t feel like just one battle and I was completely enthralled the entire time.

Legends of the Age of Sigmar: Black Rift is available from Black Library in both hardback and digital formatPhileas Fogg and the Heart of Osra is available to preorder through Meteor House through June 15th. And if you haven’t already, why not grab a copy of Phileas Fogg and the War of Shadowsavailable now for the Kindle.

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