A nicely put together tale of derring-do, brimful of good humour but with something more to offer as well.
If you've read Patrick Rothfuss, Scott Lynch and Joe Abercrombie and you're looking for something equally brilliant that you can really get your teeth into then look no further.
A different and very satisfying novel with a few surprises up its sleeve.
Part two of The Merchant Princes saga will keep you on the edge of your seat and guessing till the end.
A cracking read that walks the tightrope between adult and child with consummate skill.
Tarsem's follow-up to The Cell is a fantastic delight for the eyes.
A refreshingly different story with dark edges and humour in equal measure, something you see all too rarely in fantasy.
The second volume of the excellent Gentlemen Bastard sequence is the same, but different.
It's difficult to put your finger on one big specific thing, but there are so many little things wrong with this, and they all add up.
An impressive debut and a real page-turner from Scottish author and ex-Rockstar Games programmer Alan Campbell