Tagged: Fantasy

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The Godborn

The Godborn, second book of the The Sundering series, was written by Paul S. Kemp and published in October 1, 2013 by Wizards of the Coast. I’ve read this one after The Companions. In...

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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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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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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...

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Prophecies Awakening

I’ve started reading this book with expectations because the prologue is really interesting and promising. But as I read more chapters it fell short of my expectations. I received a copy of this book...

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The Viscount and the Witch

Last year I’ve read The Viscount and the Witch and liked it, and this year I’ve a chance to read one of Sullivan’s novels, The Crown Tower, which become one of the best books I’ve read in...

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Blood of Tyrants

I’ve never started a series with the last book, and this last book is the 8th book in the series. I’ve been watching closely both Naomi Novik and her series Temeraire for a very...

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The Viscount and the Witch

The Viscount and the Witch is really a fascinating short story. Story and characters are well formed, and interesting. Especially the world is similar to Medieval Europe, for Medieval Fantasy lovers this would be...