Tag Archives: Fantasy

Brandon Sanderson – Words of Radiance (2014) Review

Genre: epic fantasy Series: The Stormlight Archive 2 Pages: 1303 Starting Words of Radiance feels like returning to old friends. We have spent so much time – and so many pages – watching Kaladin, Shallan and Dalinar fighting their respective … Continue reading

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N.K. Jemisin – The Stone Sky (2017) Review

Genre: fantasy, science-fantasy, post-apocalypse Series: The Broken Earth, part 3 Pages: 416 The final book of the Broken Earth trilogy. The story continues right where The Obelisk Gate left it. Essun is still with Ykka and the Castrima comm, but … Continue reading

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Brandon Sanderson – The Way of Kings (2010) Review

Genre: Epic Fantasy Series: The Stormlight Achive 1 Pages: 1252 (paperback) Just look at this book! The paperback is so fat that the author’s name and the title are written horizontally on the spine! I’m feeling quite some trepidation, since … Continue reading

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David D. Levine – Arabella of Mars (2016) Review

Genre: Science Fantasy Series: The Adventures of Arabella Ashby 1 Pages: 382 The year 1812. England and France are at war. Arabella Ashby has a pleasant life running through canyons on Mars. She lives there as a young lady with … Continue reading

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R. Scott Bakker – The Unholy Consult (2017) Review

Genre: epic fantasy Series: Aspect-Emperor, part 4 In reviewing this novel, I accidentally wrote a novel myself. So it has come to this. The final book in the Aspect-Emperor sub-series. All storylines converge in the far north. The Ordeal marches … Continue reading

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Terry Pratchett – The Wee Free Men (2003) Review

8/10 It is not necessary to know where exactly this book is situated inside the Discworld series. It is enough to know that this is a Terry Pratchett novel featuring a new character, and that in itself should push you … Continue reading

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B. Catling – The Erstwhile (2017) Review

8.5/10 These books published by Brian Catling are a strange beast. They are too weird to ever become a great success and compete with mainstream epic fantasy series, but other artists hold them in high regard and they gather high … Continue reading

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