If you’re still tossing coins to your Witcher (sorry) and you can’t wait for the next season the the Netflix adaptation, you might be tempted […]
The Blade Itself hooked me on the world of the First Law created by Joe Abercrombie. Once I finished it, I found myself needing more […]
The third installment of Scott Lynch’s Gentleman Bastards series proves that some writers get better with each passing project. While the first two novels – […]
I’ve heard of Joe Abercrombie – I’ve seen his books on the shelves, but I never picked one up. That was until I chose The Blade Itself on a […]
“There’s no freedom quite like the freedom of being constantly underestimated.” I happened upon The Lies of Locke Lamora on Audible as a “you may […]
A lot of work went into this novel. While the broad strokes of it feel like The Lord of the Rings, the worldbuilding is unique. One becomes aware of a living, breathing world with a rich history and a complex magic system. There are many secrets to pull apart and hidden agendas to guess at.
Review of La Belle Sauvage (Book of Dust #1) by Philip Pullman Twenty years after the publication of Northern Lights, Philip Pullman returns to his parallel […]