Mort by Terry Pratchett Review

I’m very late to the discworld party, and this is my first ever foray into Pratchett’s much acclaimed world. This seems to be one of the most recommended starting points along with Guards! Guards! As a starting point I found this a very enjoyable entry, I got a feel for Pratchett’s style and humour, bothContinue reading “Mort by Terry Pratchett Review”

A Shadow in Summer by Daniel Abraham Review

A Shadow in Summer is a beautiful book. I don’t mean the physical book looks beautiful, and I don’t mean that it has particularly beautiful prose. However, the concept and execution of this story is beautiful. The first book of the Long Price Quartet, iA Shadow in Summer is set in an Asian inspired groupContinue reading “A Shadow in Summer by Daniel Abraham Review”

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo Review

Six of crows is a young adult fantasy, it’s central plot is that of a heist and the building of a ragtag crew to get it done. This book isn’t necessarily bad, but I don’t think I am it’s target audience. I found the pacing early on to be very slow and struggled to connectContinue reading “Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo Review”

A Memory of Light by Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson Review

How do you end a fourteen book series? How do you end a series that you didn’t start? How do you end a series that so many people have grown up with? Well, A Memory of Light does all of those things to an impressive degree. Sanderson and the Wheel of Time team have doneContinue reading “A Memory of Light by Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson Review”

The Gathering Storm by Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson Review

The Gathering Storm is book twelve in the Wheel of Time and the first book released after Robert Jordan’s death. Brandon Sanderson took the reins for the series and this is the first of the three books Sanderson wrote in this series. As you can probably guess by the fact I am at book twelve,Continue reading “The Gathering Storm by Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson Review”

Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames – Review

I had high expectations before I started reading Kings of the Wyld. It had been recommended to me numerous times, and sounded like a fun ride. Many people I follow have had it in top 10 lists and so I had high hopes, which often leads to disappointment. In Kings of the Wyld, mercenary bandsContinue reading “Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames – Review”