More Awesomeness Now Available

More Awesomeness Now Available

Anyone already a fan of Larry Correia’s Monster Hunter and Grimnoir novels (if not, what’s wrong with you?) probably knows he’s also been doing an entirely different series with Mike Kupari that can best be described as a technothriller/adventure romance. Imagine if a Tom Clancy book existed in a parallel universe where midnight coast to coast was more correct than you’d think, many modern conspiracy theories were real, subtle bits of magic and Lovecraftian horror are hinted at, but not anywhere near as loopy as Loki’s Child or the Shroedinger’s Cat books. I…

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Review: Monster Hunter Memoirs: Grunge (or, The Last Paladin of Shadows of MHI)

Review: Monster Hunter Memoirs: Grunge (or, The Last Paladin of Shadows of MHI)

Before writing this I made the mistake of looking at the existing reviews. Heh. There was a lot of hate for Ringo in the comments. I also get it – Ringo’s sense of humor and story complements Larrys, but it’s different. I know people who can’t stand the Grimnoir books but love MHI. Go figure. So I’ll tackle complaints first: “Mary Sue” – my first hint you don’t read John Ringo, especially when you claim to like his other stuff. Have you ever met his characters? I don’t mean in the books – I mean the real-life…

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Pure Awesomeness Now Available in Paperback

Pure Awesomeness Now Available in Paperback

Larry Correia, aka the Mountain Who Writes, has a new-ish epic fantasy series out, and has announced that the first book, Son of the Black Sword, is now out in paperback. If you have yet to read this book, put it at the top, or near the top, of your reading pile. It goes in a lot of unexpected but utterly reasonable directions, in a fantasy milieux quite unlike most others – and one that would be far more familiar to students of Jeffro Johnson’s “Appendix N” overview. Larry gets better with each book.…

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