A Requiem for MASS EFFECT: ANDROMEDA

The one year anniversary of Mass Effect: Andromeda passed without much fanfare. Unsurprising, given there’s very little to celebrate. Plans for DLC support were axed immediately (and announced to the fanbase a few months after the game’s release), leaving some of the lingering plot threads to be addressed in future novels. In the wake of a disastrous launch, it was announced that Mass Effect was going into indefinite limbo with future installments scrapping Ryder entirely.

Yikes. 

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Matt Serafini, Devil’s Row review

Great write-up on DEVIL’S ROW from HNR’s Paula Limbaugh. Thanks!

Horror Novel Reviews

Written by: Paula Limbaugh

I just finished reading Matt Serafini’s Devil’s Row, a historical horror fantasy that really surprised me. Published by Severed Press, it’s a prequel to his book, Feral, which at the time I didn’t know. No matter, the story stood alone as a great escape into another time. Now I must admit, this is a book I probably would not have picked up on my own, but Matt contacted me and asked if I would be interested in reading it. I’m glad I said yes!

The story is set in 18th century Europe, where werewolves roam freely. Central to the plot is Elisabeth Luna, a powerful varcolac that has been gravely injured by those who hunt the bane. Barely surviving the assault, she is out for revenge.

Garrick leads the motley band of hunters pursuing Elisabeth. Already having slain Aetius, Elisabeth’s lover, they are hell-bent to…

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