A Court of Wings and Ruin, ACOTAR 3 BOOK REVIEW

After the high stakes climax of A Court of Mist and Fury, the third book in Sarah J. Maas’ beloved series drops right into the loaded circumstances Feyre Archeron has landed herself in. No longer a woman fighting for her place in the world who struggled to see where she belongs, Feyre seized a desperateContinue reading “A Court of Wings and Ruin, ACOTAR 3 BOOK REVIEW”

A Court of Mist and Fury, ACOTAR 2 BOOK REVIEW

Upping the ante from A Court of Thorns and Roses, A Court of Mist and Fury flexes the worldbuilding and complex characters that have defined Sarah J. Maas’ works. Where the first book stood largely on its own, completing its narrative arc while keeping threads and potential for subsequent books, Book 2 in the seriesContinue reading “A Court of Mist and Fury, ACOTAR 2 BOOK REVIEW”

A Court of Thorns and Roses, ACOTAR 1 BOOK REVIEW

A Court of Thorns and Roses is a book that was not written for me. In that, I mean I’m not the primary intended audience, at least not on the surface. I’m a man and I love epic fantasy. And while a well-written romance arc in a story can be great, books with a strong,Continue reading “A Court of Thorns and Roses, ACOTAR 1 BOOK REVIEW”

Chapter 19: Undying Vengeance

Murmur. Almost as though she was whispering it in his ear, Heath held his ground against the surge of memories. Murmur.  His mind raced, trying to convince himself it wasn’t her, it couldn’t be her. But it made too much sense. Living in a disguise. Vanishing into the night without a trace. Murdering Miguel. MakingContinue reading “Chapter 19: Undying Vengeance”

Assassin’s Quest, The Farseer Trilogy Book 3 BOOK REVIEW

Assassin’s Quest was probably my most anticipated read this year, and only after I cruised through the first two books in the Farseer Trilogy. The first two had such an impact, and the third installment did not disappoint. It occupies a unique place within Robin Hobb’s works, bringing a conclusion to this series, but alsoContinue reading “Assassin’s Quest, The Farseer Trilogy Book 3 BOOK REVIEW”

Royal Assassin, The Farseer Trilogy Book 2 BOOK REVIEW

Robin Hobb’s work is some of the greatest in fantasy, and the Farseer Trilogy is the first part of her Realm of the Elderlings, spanning multiple books through several series. Royal Assassin is the heart of the Farseer Trilogy, bringing the world of the Six Duchies and the characters introduced in the first book intoContinue reading “Royal Assassin, The Farseer Trilogy Book 2 BOOK REVIEW”

Assassin’s Apprentice, The Farseer Trilogy Book 1 BOOK REVIEW

The Farseer Trilogy was a book series I first picked up solely for the reason I heard Robin Hobb’s name over and over again. When an author’s name is referenced alongside authors whose work I have thoroughly enjoyed, I have to at least give it consideration. When they are referenced alongside those authors over andContinue reading “Assassin’s Apprentice, The Farseer Trilogy Book 1 BOOK REVIEW”

Chapter 18: What Happened at Casimir Manor

Heath rode for two days. The strange sense that came to him in the wilderness lingered at the back of his mind, mingling with the darkness that plagued his dreams, but was still somehow separate. Something had happened, or was on the cusp of happening, in Aleria. Nothing more than that was clear from theContinue reading “Chapter 18: What Happened at Casimir Manor”

Bloodline, Cradle 9 BOOK REVIEW

After the conclusion of the Uncrowned King Tournament, Lindon discovers the truth about the Wandering Titan and its inevitable journey to the Sacred Valley. Gathering his friends and allies, Lindon fully commits to his own return in order to try to save his family and everyone else in his home before destruction arrives. As theContinue reading “Bloodline, Cradle 9 BOOK REVIEW”