Review of ~ John Gwynne – Ruin (The Faithful and the Fallen #3)

9.5/10 - Ruin is Gwynne's third novel in his stunning epic fantasy saga, The Faithful and the Fallen. The fabled God-War is no longer a mythical looming prophecy; it is very real and the events unfolding within The Banished Lands are presented to us by a plethora of vivid and dramatic characters. The perspectives we... Continue Reading →

Review of ~ John Gwynne – Valour (The Faithful and the Fallen #2)

9.0/10 "One thought circled in his head like the black birds swirling about the mountain peaks. They must be stopped." - Corban Valour carries on literally minutes after the action when Malice presented us such an amazing breathless finale. We witness the so-called Bright Star Corban; and his bizarre accumulated band of all sorts that... Continue Reading →

Review of ~ Voltaire – Candide

9/10 Voltaire's novel introduces the reader to Candide, a wide-eyed, calm and slightly bland young gentleman who resides at Castle Westphalia and who believes in the philosophy that "everything in the world is for the best." One of the first scenes is filled with two emotional opposites for Candide who first gets to kiss his... Continue Reading →

Review of ~ Nicholas Adams – Imprint

6.5/10 To commence, I would like to thank Nicholas Adams for sending me a copy of this novella in exchange for an honest review. Award-winning doctor Malcolm Silverstra finds himself exiled after a study of his that led to the creation of artificial organs which although revolutionary, to begin with, had unknown, unpredictable and sinister... Continue Reading →

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