Lord of the Fire Lands by Dave Duncan continues the story begun in The Gilded Chain and ends with a twist that so surprised me I didn't wait long to pick up the next in the series. Duncan continues to impress!...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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Led me down such a herky-jerky path that the only thing clear to me was that I was not going to continue with the series....Read More
A fun adventure full of colorful characters, intrigue, magic, and, of course, the King's Blades....Read More
Crystal Rain by Tobias Buckell is a "Caribbean style" science fiction novel with a little bit different style because of that. While I did enjoy the world building, I wasn't initially intrigued enough to jump into the next book in the series. Eventually I did, though, and I loved Buckell's other installments....Read More
Duncan delivers another gripping tale set in the (mostly) historically accurate Venice of yesteryear....Read More
Pratt goes to great length to tell us how much of a bad ass Mason is, yet we never see that reflected in the unfolding story. It's for that reason that I'm reluctant to go ahead with this series....Read More
A promising start that fizzled out and ultimately led to me putting this one down....Read More
Plenty of danger but little suspense means a fairly bland read....Read More
Tales of the Dying Earth takes place in a future so far advanced that technology has become more akin to magic. This compilation spans four separate tomes and is written in the classic, no nonsense style as befitting a grandmaster of science fiction. The book is entertaining nonetheless, and should be on every serious reader's list....Read More
Spin isn’t necessarily bad, but it isn’t necessarily good, either. It's somewhere inbetween, which isn't good enough for me to want to continue with the series....Read More