Ashes of the Sun by Django Wexler – A Book Review {Blog Tour}

Blurb: Long ago, a magical war destroyed the Chosen Empire, and a new republic rose from its ashes. But old grudges still simmer… Gyre hasn’t seen his beloved sister since their parents sold her to the mysterious Twilight Order. Now, twelve years after her disappearance, Gyre’s sole focus is revenge, and he’s willing to risk…… Continue reading Ashes of the Sun by Django Wexler – A Book Review {Blog Tour}

Trollslayer By William King – An Audio Book Review

Blurb: Gotrek and Felix: unsung heroes of the Empire or nothing more than common thieves and murderers? The truth perhaps lies somewhere in between and depends entirely upon whom you ask….  After fleeing the authorities in the Imperial city of Altdorf, Felix Jaeger swears a drunken oath to dour dwarf Gotrek Gurnisson to record his…… Continue reading Trollslayer By William King – An Audio Book Review

Son of a Liche by J. Zachary Pike – An Audio Book Review

Blurb: A doubly disgraced dwarven hero. A band of accident-prone adventurers. Giving redemption a second shot may have been a grave mistake…. Still bruised and heartbroken from their last calamitous quest, Gorm Ingerson and his band of washed-up heroes try to make amends for the orcs they accidentally betrayed. But justice is put on hold…… Continue reading Son of a Liche by J. Zachary Pike – An Audio Book Review

Dead Man In A Ditch By Luke Arnold – A Book Review

Blurb: Fetch Philips has nothing left to believe in. Which is why he’s surprised when the people of Sunder City start to believe in him… Rumour has it that Fetch is the only one who can bring magic back into the world. So when a man is murdered in a way that can only be explained…… Continue reading Dead Man In A Ditch By Luke Arnold – A Book Review

Orconomics: A Satire by J. Zachary Pike – An Audio Book Review

Blurb: Professional heroes kill and loot deadly monsters every day, but Gorm Ingerson’s latest quest will be anything but business as usual. The adventuring industry drives the economy of Arth, a world much like our own but with more magic and fewer vowels. Monsters’ hoards are claimed, bought by corporate interests, and sold off to…… Continue reading Orconomics: A Satire by J. Zachary Pike – An Audio Book Review

Critical Failures VI By Robert Bevan – A Book Review

Blurb: In the wake of their recent loss, the Caverns & Creatures gang are left hanging. Do their choices amount to more than waiting around to die of thirst and leaping to a quicker death? Probably, or else this would have been a much shorter book. Author: Robert Bevan Publisher: Robert Bevan Series: Critical Failures…… Continue reading Critical Failures VI By Robert Bevan – A Book Review

Critical Failures V: V is for Five by Robert Bevan- A Book Review

Blurb: Many view “hitting rock bottom” as foundation on which to rebuild one’s life, a place from which one can only ascend. Gamers know to search for a secret door leading down to the sewer. Author: Robert Bevan Publisher: Robert Bevan Pages: 302 Release Date: 12/04/2017 Series: Caverns and Creatures #5 Genre: Fantasy/Comedy My Chosen…… Continue reading Critical Failures V: V is for Five by Robert Bevan- A Book Review

Before They Are Hanged by Joe Abercrombie – An Audiobook Review

Blurb: Bitter and merciless war is coming to the frozen north. It’s bloody and dangerous, and the Union army, split by politics and hamstrung by incompetence, is unprepared for the slaughter that’s coming. Lacking experience, training, and in some cases even weapons, the army is scarcely equipped to repel Bethod’s scouts, let alone his elite…… Continue reading Before They Are Hanged by Joe Abercrombie – An Audiobook Review

The Girl and the Stars by Mark Lawrence – A Book Review

Blurb: Only when it’s darkest can you see the stars. East of the Black Rock, out on the ice, lies a hole down which broken children are thrown On the vastness of the ice there is no room for individuals. No one survives alone. To resist the cold, to endure the months of night when…… Continue reading The Girl and the Stars by Mark Lawrence – A Book Review