Monthly Archive: January 2014

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Through the Door

The first book of The Thin Veil series, Through the Door was written by Jodi McIsaac and published by 47North on June 21, 2012. I guess this book was my first book in Celtic...

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Thor: The Viking God of Thunder

Thor: The Viking God of Thunder was written by Graeme Davis and published by Osprey Publishing on September 17, 2013. Like King Arthur this book is a detailed summary about a legendary mythological figure....

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King Arthur

King Arthur was written by Daniel Mersey and published by Osprey Publishing July 20, 2013. This was a very short but informative book about King Arthur. The author has worked hard to gather tons...

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The Garden of Stones

The Garden of Stones, first book of the Echoes of Empire was written by Mark T. Barnes and published in April 9th 2013 by 47 North. I’ve started to read this book as an...

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Dune

Dune was written by Frank Herbert and published in 1965. It won the Hugo Award in 1966 and the Nebula Award in 1965. After writing the Dune Herbert has submitted the novel to over...

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The Heavens Rise

The Heavens Rise is written by Christopher Rice and published by Gallery Books on October 15th, 2013. The story takes place in New Orleans around 2010s. One decade ago a family is vanished without...

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Etkili İnsanların 7 Alışkanlığı

Öncelikle kitaba ilk başlarken çok büyük umutlar ile başlamıştım. Ancak okumaya başladıktan hemen sonra kitabın kendisini tekrar ettiğini görmeye başladım. Gereksiz yere uzatılmış ve aynı şeyi tekrar tekrar anlatmaktaydı. Başlıklarındaki 7 madde ile özetlenebilirdi...

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The Crown Tower

I’ve met with Michael J. Sullivan last year with The Viscount and the Witch which is 1.5th book of The Riyria Chronicles. It was really a fascinating short story and I’ve really liked both characters and...

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The Companions

The Sundering is an event set in the Forgotten Realms. The Sundering is about the separation of overlapped worlds Abeir and Toril, which were overlapped during the Spellplague event. It is also the end...