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.
I have a deep dark secret to tell you all. I am embarrassed to say this, but the first step to recovery is to admit you have a problem right? ****Trust me I am going somewhere with this*****
Hob's Review of Treachery’s Tools: Imager Portfolio Series, Book 10 By L. E. Modesitt Jr.
Written by: Brent Weeks Narrated by: Simon Vance I love Brent Weeks's books. His Night Angel series if a favorite of mine. I actually have it in 4 different forms. Paperback, Kindle, Audiobook, and Graphic Audio. So when I started this series I had mixed feelings. I loved the magic system, It is literally one … Continue reading Hob’s review of The Blood Mirror by Brent Weeks
Critical Failures (Caverns and Creatures #1) by Robert Bevan OK where to start? Tim is a normal 20 something nerd That likes to play Caverns & Creatures (generic Dungeons & Dragons) with his friends Dave and Cooper while getting drunk. They play in Tim's family restaurant the Chicken Hut after hours. Julian is Dave's friend … Continue reading Hob’s Review of C&C Critical Failures #1 #2 and #3 by Robert Bevan
The Ill-kept Oath by C.C. Aune I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The best way to describe this novel would be English Regency Magic and Mystery Romance? And I think it turned out rather well. The Regency dialog seemed forced at the beginning and … Continue reading Hob’s Review of The Ill-kept Oath by C.C. Aune
Take a deep breath lads. YOU earned it!! I listened to this the first time right after the audio book came out. Just a few days ago I went camping. As I was ...um.. putting the fire out. I started laughing to myself hearing that line in my head "Take a deep breath lads. YOU … Continue reading Hob’s review of An Unwelcome Quest (Magic 2.0 #3) by Scott Meyer