Theft of Swords by Michael J. Sullivan – Book Review

A strong start to a potentially awesome fantasy series.

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Hogfather by Terry Pratchett – Book Discussion and Review (Spoilers)

Book Title: Hogfather Author: Terry Pratchett Genre: Fantasy Published by: Corgi Books (Random House) Year of Release: 1996     It is nearly Christmas, so I thought, why not discuss one of my favourite seasonal reads. Hogfather is a book about someone trying to ‘delete’ the Hogfather from existence. Death takes over from the Hogfather

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Mortal Engines by Philip Reeve – Book Review

Book Title: Mortal Engines Author: Philip Reeve Genre: Science Fiction/Dystopian Publisher: Scholastic Children’s Books Original Release Year: 2001         Philip Reeve’s Mortal Engines was a fun read. I found the idea of a future where cities are moving around, devouring each other, terrifying but inventive. It is a city eat city world.

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Why A Song of Ice and Fire is a Blueprint For Future Fantasy Series?

George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire is one of the most popular fantasy series ever written. Currently unfinished, George R.R. Martin’s epic series is a massive achievement, in regards to balancing character development with worldbuilding. Female characters are no longer the princesses that require saving, and not all knights have honour. Westeros

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Traitor’s Blade (Greatcoats Book 1) by Sebastian de Castell – Book Review

Book Title: Traitor’s Blade Author: Sebastian de Castell Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Jo Fletcher Books Release Date: 10 February 2014     Traitor’s Blade is a good fast-paced read. There are sword fights in almost every chapter in this fantastical tale that reminds me a lot of The Three Musketeers. Traitor’s Blade is the first book

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