Ship of Magic (Liveship Traders #1)
11, Feb

Rating: 4.75/5 stars

Color me impressed, just the first book in the Liveship Traders trilogy alone is already better than the entire Farseer trilogy.

Blood of Assassins (The Wounded Kingdom, #2)
11, Feb

4/5 stars. 

An impressive sequel to an excellent debut, Blood of Assassins draws upon the compelling character development of Girton Club-Foot to underscore a storyline which is at once engaging and unpredictable.

Iron Gold (Red Rising Saga, #4)
10, Feb

Rating: 4.5/5 Stars

So here we are, back in the elaborately ruthless world of Red Rising. And boy-o-fucking-boy was it a glorious return. 

Injustice: Gods Among Us Year Three - The Complete Collection
08, Feb

Rating: 4/5 stars

I’m still digging this series, though I didn’t enjoy this volume quite as much as those preceding it.  

Iron Gold (Red Rising Saga #4)
07, Feb

Rating: 5/5 stars

A bloodydamn spellbinding return to my number one favorite Sci-Fi series of all time.

The Name of the Wind (The Kingkiller Chronicle #1)
05, Feb

All of the stars in the sky for my favorite book.

There are very few books that combine both plot and prose in a way that burrows into my soul and becomes part of me.  This book is one of those few.

Sabriel (Abhorsen, #1)
04, Feb

4/5 stars. 

Sabriel is a captivating and original tale of destiny.

The Wicked + The Divine: Year One (The Wicked + The Divine #1 - 11)
03, Feb

Rating: 3/5 stars (for the art, mainly)

The art is absolutely lovely.  The premise, intriguing.  The execution, however, leaves much to be desired.

03, Feb

4/5 stars. 

The power of God. The ambition of men.  The allure of an intriguing read. 

The Grey Bastards (The Lot Lands #1)
02, Feb

Rating: 4.25/5 stars

Filthily fantastic. I never cared about pigs this much, and I’m not talking about bacon.