Series: 2016 Dragon Awards Reviews

Dragon Awards Reviews: Horror, War and the Apocalypse

In the previous installment of this series, Al Rosenberg looked over the winners of the 2016 Dragon Awards’ four gaming categories. Now, after some unfortunate delays, it is time for the second part. This time we will be discussing the books that won three of the seven novel categories: Best Horror Novel, Best Military Science Fiction or Fantasy Novel, and Best Apocalyptic Novel. Best Horror Novel Souldancer by Brian Niemeier Reviewed by Doris V. Sutherland Xander Sykes, a young man from the planet Mithgar, is removed from his tribal home and sent on a journey through the wastelands of his...

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Dragon Awards Reviews: Fantasy Worlds

Having covered games and three of the novel categories, WWAC continues analysing the winners of the inaugural Dragon Awards. Join Doris V. Sutherland, Andrea Smith, and guest contributor Jennie Rigg as they review the winners of the Best Science Fiction Novel, Best Young Adult/Middle Grade Novel, Best Fantasy Novel, and Best Alternate History Novel categories. Best Science Fiction Novel Somewhither: A Tale of the Unwithering Realm by John C. Wright Reviewed by Doris V. Sutherland Ilya, a teenage boy who never quite fit in, finds out that his adoptive father belongs to a secret Catholic organisation that protects Earth from dangers posed by other...

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Dragon Awards Reviews: Stories in Pictures

We have previously taken a look at the games, novels, and more novels that won the inaugural Dragon Awards. Now, WWAC concludes its overview by examining the winners in the comic and moving pictures categories. Join Ardo Omar, Megan Purdy, and Doris V. Sutherland as they take a closer look at a batch of fan favorites. Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Movie The Martian Reviewed by Doris V. Sutherland In contrast to the somewhat farcical literary brackets, the film and television categories show the Dragon Awards living up to their promise of being a celebration of the popular successes...

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Dragon Awards Winners: Games to Behold

The Dragon Awards winners were just announced, and while the competition was close, we’re bringing you a closer look at those games that came out on top. Best Science Fiction or Fantasy PC/Console Game Fallout 4 Bethesda Softworks We’re big Fallout fans at WWAC. Many of us play the games as they’re released, as well as seek out some of the more ingenious mods available for the games. Fallout 4 is the game that made people turn off their porn, after all. It also inspired us to drink a little with wasteland themed beverages (I painted my nails just for these photos). So,...

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