Spinner of Lies is reading proof of this. The second book featuring the adventures of Demascus and friends in the Forgotten Realms is very, very gripping. And epic. It’s also getting very epic.
As usual, I will be very honest. I started reading this book because I like the author. It’s not just that I like him as a writer. I like him as a person. A lot. When Scott told me about the book, he said “it’s not a book about games, but it’s about gamers. Would care to read it and review it if it’s any good for your website”
By Paco Garcia Jaen If you have read my articles in the past, you know that I am a massive fan of Dark Sun. It was the setting that make me want to become a DM in 1994. I then proceeded to memorise the monster compendium to great effect. Once, when one of my friends […]
By Paco Garcia Jaen Not long ago I had the pleasure to get my hands on the first volume of the D&D First Encounters saga, the Shadowplague volume. It was a treat! Just in case you haven’t seen that review (you should) or have the book (you should too), this is a graphic novel published […]
If you follow at all the website, the podcast or our Twitter account, you must be aware that The Mistborn Adventure Game is one I am very, very keen on. The whole premise of the game is just very appealing, and the fact that it was written by Brendan Sanderson, it’s kind of all anyone should need to know the setting will be teeming with imagination.