Author: Chris Nuttall

Review: Netflix’s Death Note

Review: Netflix’s Death Note

Being a largely cerebral story, Death Note simply doesn't lend itself very well to the TV screen. I was therefore unenthused when Netflix announced that it would turn Death Note into a movie. Read More »

Guest Editorial: A Character Who Happens to be Black

Guest Editorial: A Character Who Happens to be Black

One of the charges leveled at the Sad Puppies is that they are against ‘diverse’ characters in books (and comics, movies, TV shows, etc.) The people who level these charges are, essentially, accusing the Sad Puppies of racism, that the only reason th... Read More »

Review: Live Free or Die

Review: Live Free or Die

Live Free or Die -John Ringo Reviewing Live Free or Die is a complicated task. I like the book, I think it’s the best Ringo book since Gust Front, but there are a handful of problems with it that gnaw at my mind the more I actually think about the st... Read More »

An Introduction to Schooled in Magic

An Introduction to Schooled in Magic

Different worlds, different science. Chris Nuttall introduces us to one of his favorite themes. Read More »

The Real World Is A Messy Place

The Real World Is A Messy Place

The Empire's Core series (eight books in all) now has a new companion. Chris gives you the details. Read More »

Book Review: Black Magic Academy

Book Review: Black Magic Academy

Black Magic Academy isn't your classic school story with magic. Not really. Read More »

Review:  Warp Speed by Travis S. Taylor

Review: Warp Speed by Travis S. Taylor

I broke with my standard rule of not buying hardbacks from a new author until I’d actually read the work. Do I regret that decision? It’s hard to say... Read More »

Review: 1945 by Newt Gingrich and William R. Forstchen

Review: 1945 by Newt Gingrich and William R. Forstchen

Without Hitler, Nazi Germany doesn't declare war on the United States; instead, saner men take the helm and use more rational policies to bring the USSR to its knees Read More »

Review: The Draka Series

Review: The Draka Series

The world of the Draka is the dark reflection of our own world. The core idea behind the series is that refugees from British North America settle South Africa (captured in the war) instead of Canada. Read More »

Review: Himmler’s War

Review: Himmler’s War

Himmler’s War by Robert Conroy Writing alternate history (and period fiction) is a tricky task. There is always the temptation to bend details for the sake of a good story – and then there will be some humourless reader who will then write long... Read More »

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