epic fantasy

The Lies of Locke Lamora Book Review

Oh hi there, you seem to have caught me red-handed in the midst of writing a book review. You know, those things I used to write with some regularity several years ago before the Great Reading Slump hit? Well, as… Continue reading →

[Review] Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson

Series: The Stormlight Archive #2 Genre: High Fantasy Size: 1088 pages Availability: Paperback, Hardback, Ebook, Audiobook The Knights Radiant are returning. The Everstorm looms ever closer. Is Roshar ready? Let me tell you guys how much I love Words of Radiance. It took me 9… Continue reading →

[Review] The Emperor’s Knife by Mazarkis Williams

Series: Tower and Knife #1 Genre: Epic Fantasy Size: 388 pages Availability: Paperback, Hardback, Ebook, Audiobook Received free copy from Jo Fletcher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks! A plague is attacking the Cerani Empire: as the geometric patterns cover the skin, so… Continue reading →

I Ponder: How to Read More Epic Fantasy?

I think a culmination of reading Ravven’s most excellent middle grade fantasy and then spending a large amount of time on Wednesday falling in love with the Kingkiller Chronicles deck of cards has done the job of getting me pretty… Continue reading →

[Review] The Black Company by Glen Cook

Series: Chronicles of the Black Company #1 Genre: Epic Fantasy Size: 320 pages Availability: Paperback, Ebook, Audiobook, Omnibus Read with the Fantasy Faction Book Club. Some feel the Lady, newly risen from centuries in thrall, stands between humankind and evil. Some feel she is… Continue reading →

[Review] Decoy by S.B. Sebrick

Series: Assassin’s Rising #1 Genre: High Fantasy Size: 100k words (approx). Availability: Kindle, Smashwords, paperback Kaltor is an assassin-in-training with a powerful secret that could shatter the world if it gets out and a fear of reaching his full potential, despite… Continue reading →

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