Race to the End of the Universe: Tau Zero Review

This week I thought I would go slightly retro and take a look back at some classic 1970s hard science fiction with Poul Anderson’s Tau Zero. This is the story of the stricken interstellar colony ship…


Decision at Thunder Rift Review

There are two philosophies when it comes to tie-in, franchised fiction. The first is a progressive view, where the story is part of the stream of greater events. The second is a more isolated tale…


Red Tithe Review

This review contains adult language.Red Tithe is the latest novel from Black Library written by Robbie MacNiven, a writer who cut his literary eyeteeth in fan fiction forums such as the Black Library…


The Bumblebear Review

Another staple of my daughter’s bedtime reading is The Bumblebear by Nadia Shireen. I was first drawn to it by the intriguing title, and the cheerful picture on the front cover of a smiling bear…


Oi Frog! Review

I recently decided it was necessary to expand my daughter’s bedtime storybook collection, as much for the sake of my own fragile sanity as for her continuing development. After all, there are…


The Eighth Review

This review stems from a free copy of the aforementioned title.From Dark Regions Press comes The Eighth, Stephanie Wytovich’s debut novel. A contemporary horror tale, the story follows soul-collector…


Heloth Review

Editor’s note: Today we’re introducing our newest writer for Thunderbird Studios, Jonathan Ward. Hailing from Bedfordshire, Jon intends to cover the occasional lighter fare, as well as grittier…


Bolo Rising Review

It began in 1976 when Keith Laumer published a series of short stories culminating into a novel-length release called Bolo. His concept revolved around massive, self-aware tanks that fight for…


Blackhearts: The Omnibus Review

This review is spoiler free.The Old World, Games Workshop’s high fantasy universe, is a somewhat lighter setting than their despair-filled 40k counterpart. While both engage in…


American Psycho Review

It’s difficult to say whether or not American Psycho has spoilers to ruin. It’s the strangest start to a book review, but there’s little other way to describe the events of Bret Easton Ellis’…