A Shadowhunter Novel - Book Review Magnus Bane has long been one of my favorite characters in the Shadowhunter universe. When Cassandra Claire decided to co-write a series with Wesley Chu that featured Magnus and Alex, I was excited. The Lost Book of the White is the second novel in the series. Reader Beware: There … Continue reading The Lost Book of the White
Memory of Souls is the third book by Jenn Lyons that started with The Ruin of Kings. I really wanted to love this book because the series start out so well, but the storyline just became so convoluted that it was kind of a chore to get through this book. The author started following so … Continue reading Memory of Souls
As many people already know, Midnight Sun is the long awaited novel by Stephanie Meyer. She retells the Twilight story from Edward's perspective. The main story stays the same; Bella moves to Forks to live with her dad and meets Edward. At first he is inexplicably rude to her, then he saves her life, and … Continue reading Midnight Sun – A Twilight Novel
The King of Scars by Leigh Bardough is the first book in what the author says will be a Nikolai duology. In this book it has been three years since Alina, the Sun Summoner, defeated the Darkling and a few months since Nikolai helped Kaz and his crew out in the Six of Crows duology. … Continue reading King of Scars-A Grisha Novel
Arthurian legend is one of my favorite blends of historical fiction and fantasy. There are a ton of stories out there and many sound the same over time. The Lost Queen by Signe Pike is an interpretation that I have not come across before. This story is told from the perspective of Languoreth, the twin … Continue reading The Lost Queen
The Shadow and Bone Trilogy by Leigh Bardugo is the original stories for the Grisha universe. So I heard about her books out of order and therefore read the follow on duology first then went back and read the trilogy. The reason I call attention to this is that the two storylines can be enjoyed … Continue reading Shadow and Bone Trilogy
The Shadow Wand is the third book in Laurie Forest's "The Black Witch Chronicles". Even though this is a long way into the mythology of this series, it is the first time I have written about it. So lets start with a short set up into the wonderful world the author created. The series mostly … Continue reading The Shadow Wand
Crooked Kingdom is the follow on book to Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. This review will contain spoilers from Six of Crows so if you have not read that book or listened to my review of that book, now is a good time to stop reading. This book is written in six parts; although … Continue reading Crooked Kingdom
Six of Crows a Podcast review Hi Everyone, I have taken a stab at creating a sound file to discuss this book. I am still new at editing the sound files and publishing them. Please bear with me as I learn. In any case I hope you enjoy hearing about this fun book. Happy Listening … Continue reading Six of Crows – A Grisha Novel
This weeks book review is House of Dragons by Jessica Cluess. The Emperor has died and it is time for a new Emperor to be selected. In the land of Etrusia the title is not inherited; in fact the person on the throne is sterilized to make sure the throne is not inherited. One member … Continue reading House of Dragons
The Tearling Series by Erika Johansen is a little difficult to place in any one category. On the one the series feels like it is taking place in the past with a fantasy twist. On the other hand the reader quickly realizes that the Tearling world is somehow the future of our world but a … Continue reading Tearling Series – Where Future and Past Blend
Refuge in Time is the latest in the compelling After Climeri Series.
A brief overview of The Seven Realms series. The author creates a rich, dynamic world to get lost in.