Katie Roome at Periapsis Press was kind enough to host my review of the first Gideon Ira book, so let me return the favor and point to her review of Castle Bloodghast, the fourth book in the Deus Vult Wastelanders series by Adam Lane Smith.
The Magistra likes to watch period dramas on Netflix. This is a work of the same genre, although Quigley probably didn't know he was writing one at the time. This book is a fossil from that brief and peaceful period in the 1960s before the big cultural upheavals in 1968,
Francis Parker YockeyI am astonished that men like Francis Parker Yockey actually exist. Yockey is a reminder that truth is always stranger than fiction. The closest literary analogue that I have read is Tim Power's Declare. Of course, that is a secret history, based on the very real life of
Darkness and Stone wraps up Peter Nealen’s WarGate series The Lost nicely. You get a cataclysmic final confrontation, endless chthonic horrors, and the phrase, “you mean you just guilt-tripped him to death?” One of my favorite things about this series is that Nealen manages to give the impression that