We are thrilled to announce that we’ve signed a very special project, a web serial called RE: TRAILER TRASH, by FortySixtyFour. This story about a woman who accidentally finds her mind back in her thirteen year old body is beloved, with millions of views online and hopefull many more to come. A new and improved […]
Defiance of the Fall hits the Amazon Charts!
A Huge congrats to JF Brink (a.k.a. TheFirstDefier) on hitting the Amazon Top 20 Charts with his latest release, Defiance of the Fall 4! This is a huge accomplishment for an author, indie publishing, his genre of Fantasy LitRPG, and so much more. If you haven;t tried it yet, now is the time to grab […]
Nicholas Sansbury Smith joins Aethon Books!
We are thrilled to announce a new partnership with New York Times Bestseller Nicholas Sansbury Smith! He will be joining the Aethon team as an acquisitions editor, with a focus on bringing more incredible Post-Apocalyptic and Military Science Fiction into the Aethon catalog. In addition to this partnership, Aethon has also signed with Nicholas and […]
Aethon Kicks off 2022 with a Bang!
2021 was an exciting year, full of amazing releases, bestsellers, awards, and more. With 2022 now in swing, we wanted to announce a few signings that we can’t wait to bring you! Scott Sigler, #1 New York Times best-selling author of Earthcore, has signed with us to publish his CRYPT SERIES. Horror meets Military Science Fiction […]
Book Review: A Sword Into Darkness
By: Thomas A. MaysReviewed by: Brian Mansur Fantastic Hard Military Sci-fi/Space Opera One of the best Hard Military Sci-fi/Space Opera novels I’ve read. It explores an unusual solution to the Fermi Paradox. Aliens are coming, but they aren’t signaling their intentions, so one maverick billionaire recruits a battle-blooded US Navy officer to help design and […]
Book Review: Under Darkness
By: Jasper T. Scott Narrated by: Ben Jaeger-ThomasReviewed by: Brian Mansur Heart-thumping thriller! This is my first time reading/listening to Jasper T. Scott’s work and I am seriously glad I took the recommendation. Under Darkness is a trippy mix of Independence Day vibes (of the good kind) with all the visceral fun of a Scream […]
Book Review: Sword Punk: Saving Seoul
By: Steven KelliherReviewed by: Andy Peloquin I put off reading Rhythm of War for two days to finish this one! I was offered an ARC copy of this book by the author, and the premise intrigued me so I accepted. And I’m incredibly glad I did! Sword Punk has the feel of all of my […]
Book Review: Storm Below Box Set
By: J.M.D. ReidReviewed by: Andy Peloquin Sucked me right in and kept me reading until the end From the first chapter, I found myself drawn into this story. The tale of a young man touched by a storm and cursed by death. The tale of a young woman struggling to find herself and come to […]
Book Review: Pawn’s Gambit
By: Rob J. HayesReviewed by: Andy Peloquin Never Die, the first of the Mortal Techniques “series”, slayed in the 2019 SPFBO–and, of course, my heart. I loved the wuxia/ronin/martial arts movie feel of the book. Pawn’s Gambit is both delightfully LIKE and UNLIKE Never Die. The world was the same. The flavor of gritty, dirty, […]
Book Review: Dragon Mage
By: M.L. SpencerReviewed by: Andy Peloquin The world, magic, and fantastical flavor is spot on. Seeing an ASD/neuroatypical person (like me) represented in the pages of fantasy was an absolute treat! Classic fantasy that kept me reading all the way to the last word. I was excited to dive into Dragon Mage because the main […]
Book Review: Malice
By: John GwynneReviewed by: Andy Peloquin I FINALLY finished Malice by John Gwynne (a beast of a book!) and wow, what an epic world! It’s rare to find Iron Age stories (most fantasy plays with steel), but I actually really enjoyed the more “primitive” feel of the world. It feels more like classic Dark Ages […]
Book Review: Sairō’s Claw (Gensokai Kagai, #1)
By: Virginia McClainReviewed by: Andy Peloquin For those who like the world of Rob J. Hayes’ Never Die, this will be another along the same vein–though reminiscent of feudal Japan instead of mainland China. Sairo’s Claw follows three main characters: Kaiyo, daughter of an Admiral, captain of her own ship, and all-around badass in her […]