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
Book Title: The Desert Spear Author: Peter V. Brett Genre: Fantasy Published by: Harper Voyager, 2010 Peter V. Brett continues to build a gripping tale. The Painted Man has found the lost combat wards, which he intends to share the knowledge to enable others to fight the demons. Meanwhile, Jardir of Krasnia, who stole
Three hundred years have passed since the epic events that occurred in The Hero of Ages. The names of Vin, Sazed and Kelsier, are now things of legend. The world of Scradrial has become industrial, with technology paving the way for a new future. Allomancy still exists in a novel which blends fantasy with steampunk.
I am an obsessive reader, who reads books everyday. However, I really want to tackle my TBR pile by reading books that have been gathering dust on my bookshelf. Here is the list of books I plan to hopefully read during the BookTube-A-Thon: Inkspell – Cornelia Funke Inkdeath – Cornelia Funke 1984 – George Orwell
Armada by Ernest Cline Published on 16th July 2015 by Century (Penguin Random House) Format: Hardback Pages: 349 ISBN: 978-1-780-89304-4 I have many geeky interests and one of them happens to be science fiction. Armada is a book that combines elements of classic science fiction with classic video games. Ernest Cline has once again wrote
Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee Published by William Heinnemann on 14th July 2015 Pages: 278 Format: Hardback Set twenty years after the events of To Kill A Mockingbird, during the late 1950s, when tensions were rising in the South of America due to the Civil Rights Movement.Jean Louise (Scout) Finch returns to the town