The Book Of Secrets by Melissa McShane is the first of The Last Oracle series. This urban fantasy story takes you to an old bookstore that’s more than just that. Ask questions to get the answer you seek.
I often go to book fairs where old, rejected, unsellable books are. They’re cheap and the variety is great. Stephen King will be surrounded by many unknown writers, cookbooks next to science books, books about crafts, children’s books, but most of them are Dutch. The last time there was only one long table of English
Tarnished City by Vic James is the second book in her ‘Dark Gifts’ series. (Read my review of Gilded Cage here). Gilded Cage had a spectacular ending and Tarnished City builds on that. I had so many questions after finishing it that I couldn’t wait to get into this. Since I finished Gilded Cage at
We’ve arrived at the last book of ‘The Year of the Dragons’ series by James Calbraith, The Last Dragon King. I didn’t like the previous book as much as I did the others, but the epic conclusion in The Last Dragon King makes up for it. There will be spoilers if you haven’t read all
[aesop_chapter title=”~” bgtype=”color” full=”on” video_autoplay=”on” bgcolor=”#006489″ minheight=”10″ revealfx=”off” overlay_revealfx=”off”] We’re almost at the end of an epic story. Today I’m talking about the seventh, the penultimate, book of The Year of the Dragon series, The Shattering Waves by James Calbraith. As always, this review might contain spoilers if you haven’t read the previous books. The
After a month long of working on a historical novel and reading non fiction, I was in desperate need of some Young Adult (YA) romance and I thought The Path Keeper fit the bill. Soon after I started reading, I forgot the time and I had other things to do. I didn’t put it down again after I continued reading. It’s a perfect summer read for when you have time to finish a book in one go.
In The Withering Flame (The Year of the Dragon #6), Bran, Nagomi and Sato continue on their journey to fulfill the prophecy and save Yamato. Torn apart by a civil war, the three have to find each other and new allies to help reach their goal. 4,5 stars.
Every month we’ll recommend a few of our favourite books. These are not reviews (yet), but we want to share our enthusiasm with you. This week, The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern.
[aesop_chapter title=”~” bgtype=”color” full=”on” video_autoplay=”on” bgcolor=”#006489″ minheight=”10″ revealfx=”off”] Where The Rising Tide was the conclusion of the first story arc of James Calbraith’s “The Year of the Dragon” series, the first book of new arc – The Chrysanthemum Seal – dives deeper into the making of a legend.The previous book in this series, The Year
[aesop_chapter title=”~” bgtype=”color” full=”on” video_autoplay=”on” bgcolor=”#006489″ minheight=”10px” revealfx=”off”] What’s a good epic fantasy without some troubling diplomats who try to blackmail their way into higher ranks? And why not betray your own allies with secret weapons to get ahead? Yamato is filled with begrudged officials whose status is more important to them than anything else.