Senlin Ascends (The Books of Babel #1) by Josiah Bancroft Paperback, 448 pages Published January 16th 2018 by Orbit (first published February 18th 2013) The Blurb The Tower of Babel is the greatest marvel in the world. Immense as a mountain, the ancient Tower holds unnumbered ringdoms, warring and peaceful, stacked one on the … Continue reading Hob’s review of Senlin Ascends by Josiah Bancroft
Hob’s Review of THE INFERNAL BATTALION (The Shadow Campaigns #5) by Django Wexler
THE INFERNAL BATTALION (The Shadow Campaigns #5) by Django Wexler 512 pages Expected publication: January 9th 2018 by Ace ISBN 0451477340 (ISBN13: 9780451477347) Series The Shadow Campaigns #5 To give this review the attention it deserves without spoilers is pretty much impossible, so I am going to do it different then I normally do. So … Continue reading Hob’s Review of THE INFERNAL BATTALION (The Shadow Campaigns #5) by Django Wexler
Hob’s Review of The Core by Peter V. Brett
It is always hard to write a review for the later books in a series without giving spoilers, yet still having the review make sense. So be forewarned this review might give a few subtle hints away. OK now that the warning has been given
Hob’s Review of Circle of Reign by Jacob Cooper and a giveaway
Circle of Reign Written by: Jacob Cooper Narrated by: Michael Kramer Length: 24 hrs and 37 mins Series: The Dying Lands Chronicle, Book 1 Unabridged Audiobook Release Date:12-27-16 Publisher: Audible Studios I first came across Jacob Cooper back in August of 2015. I had a job that I could listen to books most of the … Continue reading Hob’s Review of Circle of Reign by Jacob Cooper and a giveaway
Hob’s Review of Red Sister by Mark Lawrence
"But be warned, young Nona: a book is as dangerous as any journey you might take. The person who closes the back cover may not be the one that opened the front one." - Sister Kettle
Hob’s REVIEW of The Last Sacrifice (Tides of War) by James A. Moore
Now we talk about the story. Well it was, as we say in a Facebook group I am in, "It was GDAF"
Hob’s review of The Malice by Peter Newman
The story starts some years after the first book, and like in The Vagrant there is a baby at the start of the book. but this time we see it born into the cruel world. It is spurned by its mother and taken in by someone who will care for the poor Kid.
Hob’s Review of Thieftaker by D.B. Jackson
But I have to mention the real hero of the book. Trevor Pell the priest that discovers he has magical talent. He saves Ethan's life 4 or 5 times and he has a cool name to boot.
Hobs review of Reign of Madness by Kel Kade
OK this review will be shorter than most. No that doesn't mean I should be done now, shut up Bob!