Category Archives: Immerse Or Die

Crimson Son, by Russ Linton (40:00)

A little bit of petulant teen goes a long way, but strong writing and an awesome premise recovered the fumble and carried it over the goal line.

The King’s Sword, by C. J. Brightley (8:27)

Today we learn that there’s a difference between keeping things mysterious and simply not giving enough information.

Murder out of the Blue, by Steve Turnbull (10:00)

Today the treadmill reveals that even a well imagined world remains locked behind a plate of glass in tell mode.

Athame, by Morgan Alreth (34:40)

A strong story that took me for a long bomb, but tripped over it’s laces before reaching the goal line.

Scarlet Angel, by C. A. Wilke (40:00)

A slick, fast-paced whoami tale, with a juicy mystery that kept me on my toes. Literally.