reviews
Flight of the Darkstar Dragon by Benedict Patrick – Book Review
03, Oct

Self-Published ;
Genre: Portal Fantasy, Adventure, Exploration;
Format: e-book;
Review Copy, Provided by the author;
Release Date: October 7, 2019.

God of Gnomes (God Core, #1) by Demi Harper - Book Review
17, Sep

Published by: Portal Books
Genre: God Core (a subgenre of LitRPG)
Pages: Loads but not too many.
Format: e-book
Review Copy: Provided by the publisher in exchange for 

God of Gnomes is special. A book that isn’t afraid to play with well-known fantasy tropes but nonetheless makes them feel fresh, God of Gnomes has a whole lot of heart, a solid portion of enjoyable, well-written action and a memorable protagonist with a huge personality and a tiny gem where a body ought to be.

Star Wars: Master and Apprentice by Claudia Gray - Book Review
13, Sep

Published by: Del Rey Books
Genre: Science Fantasy
Pages: 352
Format: Audiobook
Purchased Copy:  from Audible.co.uk

At last, the one question that has been bugging me since I was 9 years old receives an answer! The question? Why the heck does Obi-Wan Kenobi hate flying so much? Now I know, and if you read this book, you will too!

The Sword of Destiny by Andrzej Sapkowski – Book Review
06, Sep

Alright, everyone, you know the drill by now – I’ll yammer on about each of the short stories in this here Witcher anthology until your eyes are bleeding, your ears are bursting, and your monitor is on fire. Ready, set, go!

Sharp Ends by Joe Abercrombie – Book Review
22, Aug

Abercrombie’s prose is exceptional. His First Law novels are as successful as they are not only because of the unforgettable characters and the breathtaking twists, or because of the brutal world he’s created, one of the sheerest bloody realistic depictions of a world I’ve ever encountered. He’s one of my favourite authors, and for good reasonI’m not pledging to be impartial, but I will do my best to contain my enthusiasm over the next few paragraphs! Okay, lots of paragraphs. Lots and lots of paragraphs.

I’ll say a few words about each of the short stories in the collection, starting off with whether it’s recommended or downright necessary to have read any of the First Law stand-alone novels to get what's going on.

Thrawn: Treason by Timothy Zahn - Book Review
15, Aug

I enjoyed Thrawn: Allegiances but there was a certain little something missing from Zahn’s second Thrawn outing into the new Star Wars canon. For one, the Clone Wars part of the dual narrative Allegiances embraced felt…inconsequential.  Not bad, necessarily, but inconsequential.  

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Ah, Geralt of Rivia, how I love thee. With the CDProjekt Red games behind us and the Netflix show soon to come, now is the best time to finally acquaint myself with Andrzej Sapkowski’s signature works.