Month: July 2016

Newtown Review of Books has reviewed The Stars Askew.

Newtown Review of Books has reviewed The Stars Askew: The Stars Askew continues Australian fantasy author Rjurik Davidson’s dark tale of revolution, treachery and personal sacrifice begun in his debut novel Unwrapped Sky. Again, this story is set in the richly imagined city of Caeli Amur where magical beasts, grinding totalitarianism, revolutionary fervour and warped thaumaturgists blend together to […]

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Chicago Review of Books Recommends The Stars Askew

One of the top 10 books to read in July: “Forget the flippant summer beach read. Ring in the dog days with these 10 science fiction, fantasy, and speculative novels picked as July’s best by the Chicago Review of Books. From dark, masterfully constructed plots to stories that probe the human condition, the following books […]

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