reviews
The Cape is a Lie (The Ballad of Kevin #1) by MK Gibson Book Review 13, Aug

4.5/5

THE CAPE IS A LIE: THE BALLAD OF KEVIN by M.K. Gibson is a work that I was automatically going to be attracted to because it is a comedic superhero story (like I write) and by one of my favorite indie humorists. M.K. Gibson's Villains Rule, Technomancer, and Agents of MORTAL books have all been extremely enjoyable. They're rarely books to take seriously but they're easy to just sit back and enjoy the mayhem of.

She Wakes in Water (Hammer of Witches #2) by MK Gibson Book Review 29, Jul

4.5/5

SHE WAKES IN WATER is the second book of the Hammer of Witches trilogy. A urban fantasy series about a young half-Graeae (those witches from Clash of the Titans) who hunts down witches after a coven of them murders her mother. Having successfully destroyed the coven that did so and has been hunting fae for spell parts, Agatha continues to hunt down evil witches because what else is she supposed to do with her life?

Villain's Defeat (The Shadow Master #4) by MK Gibson Book Review 21, Mar

4/5

The SHADOW MASTER series by MK Gibson is a delightful comedic send-up of Dark Lords, supervillains, and antagonists in fiction. Jackson Blackwell a.k.a the Shadow Master has one of the most unique jobs in the multiverse: he is an advisor to villains. If you are a Sauron, a Ganon, or Doctor Doom then you might find yourself in need of advice on how to step up your game then the Shadow Master is the one to call.