fantasy

Duels, Swords and a Monstrous Horse: Traitor’s Blade by Sebastian de Castell

"The first rule of the sword is - put the pointy end in the other man." I bought this book rather impulsively, without really knowing anything about it. I loved the cover (duh) and I decided to get the book, even though I haven't heard anyone talk about it previously. Turns out - that worked… Continue reading Duels, Swords and a Monstrous Horse: Traitor’s Blade by Sebastian de Castell

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2018 releases · fantasy · YA

Gangs, Gambling and the City of Sin: Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody

What an underwhelming reading experience.  This book started getting a lot of buzz a couple of months ago, and I was instantly hooked when I read the synopsis. It promised street gangs, casino families and a lot of excitement. Plus, the early reviews are raving and everyone is in love with this, so I was… Continue reading Gangs, Gambling and the City of Sin: Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody

fantasy · revisiting old reviews · YA

Revisting Old Reviews: Windwitch by Susan Dennard

Reviews 2.0  You may or may not know, but I do an occasional revisit of my old reviews. This is mainly because sometimes my opinions change and I like to update on my thoughts and opinions on a certain book. You can see the ones I did previously HERE. To prepare for the new release in… Continue reading Revisting Old Reviews: Windwitch by Susan Dennard

fantasy · Misc

Five Fantasy Series You Should Have Started By Now

Time for some recommendations. You know I am a huge Fantasy fan. I think that the books I get most invested in and books I love the most always end up being Fantasy. I love learning about the world and the magic system and Fantasy series tend to be long, so there's always room to… Continue reading Five Fantasy Series You Should Have Started By Now

2018 releases · fantasy · YA

10 Reasons to Read Sightwitch by Susan Dennard

Let's mix it up, shall we?  I thought I'd do a bit of a different review this time for a couple of reasons. First, this is a prequel novella in a series I love, but since it's a novella AND a prequel, it's kinda short, and offers a lot of back story and thus it's… Continue reading 10 Reasons to Read Sightwitch by Susan Dennard

fantasy · revisiting old reviews · YA

Revisiting Old Reviews: Truthwitch by Susan Dennard

Reviews 2.0  You may or may not know, but I do an occasional revisit of my old reviews. This is mainly because sometimes my opinions change and I like to update on my thoughts and opinions on a certain book. You can see the ones I did previously HERE. I recently reread Truthwitch, and I… Continue reading Revisiting Old Reviews: Truthwitch by Susan Dennard

fantasy

Light, War and Too Many Damn Pages: The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson

This is probably the lowest I'll ever rate a Sanderson book. As all of you are well aware, I am a huge Sanderson fan. The Mistborn series is my favorite series of all time, and I genuinely am blown away with Sanderson's writing. I have been hearing on and on how The Stormlight Archive is… Continue reading Light, War and Too Many Damn Pages: The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson