A one rocket bomb. I couldn't finish To Fall Among Vultures due to the erratic writing, flat characters, and confusing storytelling....Read More
The Inversion Solution
The Alchemancer Book Three
The city of Brighton is in chaos. Infernal science inverted half the population. The other half fights for survival. The Alchemancer series continues.
The Inversion Solution is the third book in my Alchemancer fantasy adventure series where science and sorcery run amuck.
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The Assassin's Cunning
Assassin Without a Name Book Two
Deception, intrigue, danger, infernal science run amuck, and half the city wanting him dead? It’s just another day in the life of the Assassin Without a Name.
The Assassin's Cunning is the second book in my Assassin Without a Name fantasy adventure series where assassins, thieves, sorcerers, and technologists rule the night.
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Vick's Vultures barely qualifies for two rockets. Confusing writing, flat characters, and marginal storytelling couldn't salvage an otherwise promising premise....Read More
Assassin's Fate is everything you might expect from Hobb as her masterful storytelling intertwines all of the disparate Elderling worlds and brings to a close the story of one of fantasy's most beloved characters....Read More
Scalzi has the success and the genre cred to write a real book on writing. This is not that book....Read More
A fun, fast, enjoyable read that sets the stage for many adventures ahead as we explore the intriguing relationship between Penric and Desdemona....Read More
A 4 rocket rating gets marked down to 3 due to the excessive typos. Otherwise, Blackguards is a rich collection of dastardly tales full of rogues, thieves, and assassins....Read More
The Collapsing Empire begins a galaxy spanning story full of political backstabbing and shaky alliances. Scalzi's always colorful cast of characters and punchy writing kept me engaged throughout the reading experience. Needless to say, this one doesn't disappoint....Read More
Some people might like this book, but I didn't. Flat writing and flatter characters means a DNF in my book. I do love the cover, though....Read More
Readers of The Martian will want to love this book. I did. Unfortunately, I came away disappointed. Unsophisticated writing and juvenile humor made Artemis a slog which I finally had to give up on....Read More
As the continuation of Jules Verne's classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, it's depressing to consider how great of a novel Nemo Rising could have been. Unfortunately, my only recommendation here is to give it a pass on your reading list....Read More