Review of ~ Tad Williams – Shadowmarch (Shadowmarch #1)

8/10 - Shadowmarch is a slow-burning fantasy epic with fine world-building, interesting characters, and large amounts of political intrigue. It is mostly the groundwork that is set here of what I don't doubt will be a phenomenal series. Introducing the players, the factions, the warring nations, and a potential threat from the fabled Qar, the... Continue Reading →

Review of ~ Django Wexler – Ashes of the Sun (Burningblade and Silvereye #1)

8.5/10 I received an uncorrected advance copy of Ashes of the Sun in exchange for an honest review. I'd like to thank Django Wexler and Orbit Books for the opportunity. The first entry in the Burningblade and Silvereye series begins when Va'aht Thousandcuts - a centarch of the Twilight Order - turns up at a... Continue Reading →

Review of ~ Giles Kristian – Camelot

8/10 I received an uncorrected proof copy of Camelot in exchange for an honest review. I would like to thank Giles Kristian and Bantam Press for the opportunity. Set ten years after the conclusion of Lancelot, Camelot follows the first-person point of view perspective of Galahad, Lancelot's son. Galahad is a novice monk of Ynys... Continue Reading →

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