Tag Archives: Fantasy

  1. The Last Mortal Bond by Brian Staveley

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    October 24, 2016 by McDowski

    The more you try to see, the less you will notice. The Gods are among us. As are the ancient and …
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  2. The Providence of Fire by Brian Staveley

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    October 11, 2016 by McDowski

    “It’s built into the job. Bakers have flour, fishermen have nets, and leaders have lies.” Adare has learned the identity …
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  3. The Emperor’s Blades by Brian Staveley

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    September 3, 2016 by McDowski

    Resist faith. Resist trust. Believe only in what you touch with your hands. The rest is error and air. The …
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  4. The Soul Smith by Adrian V. Diglio

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    June 5, 2016 by McDowski

    Predictable and simplistic, and in dire need of a decent editor.

  5. The Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley

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    May 20, 2015 by McDowski

     I must say – I didn’t enjoy this one.

  6. Struggling with The Mirror Empire

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    April 29, 2015 by McDowski

    So I’ve been reading this book called The Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley. I started the book around the beginning …
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  7. The Ravenous Flock by Adrian V. Diglio

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    April 8, 2015 by McDowski

    An example of precisely why you should never judge a book by its cover.

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