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
I Was a Teenage Weredeer (Bright Falls Mysteries, #1) by C.T. Phipps Kindle Edition, 262 pages Published September 21st 2017 by Crossroad Press If you have been HUNTING for something good to read, then you MUSK check out I Was a Teenage Weredeer. Now I am not usually one to FAWN over books of the … Continue reading Hobs Review of I Was a Teenage Weredeer (Bright Falls Mysteries, #1) by C.T. Phipps
Blackwing (Ravens' Mark #1) by Ed McDonald Paperback, 336 pages Expected publication: October 3rd 2017 by Ace Books I received an E-ARC of this book from Netgally in return for an honest review. THE BLURB Nothing in the Misery lasts… Under a cracked and wailing sky, the Misery is a vast and blighted expanse, created … Continue reading Hob’s Review of Blackwing by Ed McDonald
Angel is a poor white trash girl with lots of potential that just wants to use brains, for the betterment of society. But the brains she uses are not always her own. Yes, Angel is a zombie
This is a combined book review of the first 3 books in a series The Land: Founding: A LitRPG Saga: Chaos Seeds, Book 1 The Land: Forging: Chaos Seeds, Book 2 and The Land: Alliances: A LitRPG Saga: Chaos Seeds, Book 3 as always I wont give spoilers.
The Blurb. In a world devastated by a series of cataclysms over millennia, where the followers of different gods vie for ascendancy, mankind carves out a precarious existence among the remnants of a desolated past. Cities and civilizations are built atop mysterious and ofttimes menacing ruins, and the unforgiving wilderness beyond is filled with inhuman … Continue reading Hob’s Review of Revenant Winds by Mitchell Hogan
The Bound Folio (The Ties That Bind #3.5) by Rob J. Hayes Paperback, 226 pages I really enjoyed this one. It is a bunch of short stories each one from the POV of a different Character. Some I already had met in Where Loyalties Lie some were new to me. Well that’s not true All … Continue reading Hob’s review of The Bound Folio by Rob J. Hayes
You probably think the lifestyle of a Fantasy Book Blogger is nothing but charactonym* wishes and calligraphy** dreams. But I am here to tell you that no matter what you may have heard, Goblin Leach has never Visited my cave for a spot of Tea. *a name given to a literary character that is descriptive … Continue reading Zombie Bigfoot (Creature Quest Series Book 1) by Nick Sullivan
Let me start by saying this is a fantastic book in every aspect, from the wonderful cover (Designed by the equally wonderful Pen Astridge) all the way to the last page.