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Ojo

Ojo

Ojo is a book lover (obviously) and a lover of all things artistic. That includes paintings, drawings, music, drama...that sort of thing. He's also a football (soccer) fanatic. When he's not reading, he can be found discussing a variety of of topics with people-from women to economics... He's an all-rounder. 

Ojo also loves partying! 

Ships from the West (Monarchies of God #5) 08, Jul

I'm a great lover of epic fantasy. Whether it be films or books, the preference remains. I've been hooked on to the genre for so long, I don't even know what ignited the addiction. The earliest I can remember is watching the LoTR films. I've always been fascinated by stuff out of the ordinary. I think that was what spawned my love for all things fantasy. The LoTR films were fantastic. So were the more recent Hobbit films. I think the success of the films had a lot to do with the brilliance of Peter Jackson, the film director. 

The Black Prism (Lightbringer #1) 08, Jul

This is one of the best books I've read this year. There's so many things I love about the book. First is the magic system. Chromaturgy is one the coolest magic systems ever created. I like the way it uses light and colours. It's very unlike your typical epic fantasy magic system.

Dawn of Wonder (The Wakening #1) 08, Jul

Now, that truly was a dawn of wonder! I had mixed feelings about this book. The writing took me a while to get used to, as it's quite unusual. If you're the sort of reader who frequently skims, then you'll miss a lot of details in this book. There's gems hidden between phrases, making it difficult to understand the story if you miss them.