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Review: Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho

Sorcerer to the Crown was a wonderful escape, a book that really takes you to a different time and place. One that is fraught with etiquette and expectations. Expectations that dictate what one should, and of course what one should not do. Then, to  make things more interesting, layer in magic, ghosts, fae and familiars and you get quite a delightful and...

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Stacking the Shelves – June 20, 2015

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly feature all about sharing your good luck in book acquisitions! So here’s what came my way since my last post! It’s only been a week since my last post, but WOW!!! What a week for books! I’m playing with my format for my Stacking the Shelves posts, so bear with me as I try to find...

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Tower Lord by Anthony Ryan

So, I would imagine the big question for people is going to be: Is this book as good as Blood Song? Blood Song was one of my top reads last year, and definitely one of the most addictive reads (you can read my gushing review). Problem is, this book is different enough, I am having a hard time comparing them....

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Between Two Fires by Christopher Buehlman

Holy Hell. This book. I’m not even sure where to begin. I found this in my library’s audiobook selection. Gave it a closer look as it seemed to be neither YA nor PNR. That’s quite an unusual (and desirable) find given my library’s more typical offerings. I went to check out what others thought of it on Goodreads. And. NONE...

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Blood Song by Anthony Ryan

This review was originally posted on Wilder’s Book Review I have to confess I had a copy of Blood Song by Anthony Ryan for over a year before I finally got around to reading it. It is very much my type of book, so I had to wonder why. Really, I think the answer is simple. This book had received so much praise...

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The City by Stella Gemmell

This review was originally posted on Wilder’s Book Review   Simply put, Stella Gemmell’s The City is awash in blood. The story lays out the gory ravages of a centuries old war to both citizens of the city, as well as all those that oppose it. This war has come to a point where there can be no winners. Each side has dehumanized...