TS' Reviews

TS' Reviews (56)

Relic (Pendergast, #1)
05, Dec

3.5/5 stars.

Relic marks a promising start in my attempt to read more crimes/mysteries/thrillers aside from Dan Brown's Robert Langdon books.

Death Masks (The Dresden Files, #5)
03, Dec

4/5 stars.

This is my favourite Dresden File to date because for the very first time reading this series, I actually felt emotional resonance.

The Never Paradox (Chronicles of Jonathan Tibbs, #2)
11, Nov

4/5 stars.

A great sequel to the compelling origins story in The Never Hero.

Words of Radiance (The Stormlight Archive, #2)
08, Nov

5/5 stars.  Words. Of. Radiance.

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Jesting aside, the title of the book does pretty much sum up the magnificence of this sequel to The Way of Kings.  It should be the paragon of excellence by which all sequels should hold themselves to as it was the best second book of a series that I've ever read.

Origin (Robert Langdon, #5)
02, Nov

4/5 stars.

Origin is not likely to win literary awards nor garner critical acclaim; for what it's worth though, it is darn entertaining.

The Crippled God (Malazan Book of the Fallen, #10)
30, Oct

5.5 stars.

A breathtaking conclusion to an outstanding series; the Malazan Book of the Fallen is a masterpiece of its genre and has affirmed its place as my favourite epic grimdark fantasy series.

Summer Knight (The Dresden Files, #4)
26, Oct

3.75/5 stars.

According to fans of the series, this is where the Dresden Files supposedly start to get better, and I won't disagree as this was quite an improvement from Grave Peril.

The Sword of Summer (Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, #1)
21, Oct

4/5 stars.

"Myths are simply stories of truths we've forgotten."

I have a weakness for mythology.

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