Step into the wayback machine; this tale takes place long before The Hobbit or The Lord of the Rings, when the First Dark Lord, Morgoth, sought dominion over all of Middle-Earth. It's an easier read than some of the other scholarly works of Tolkien and a much more enjoyable read as a result....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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Titus has entered the Entire before, but when he returned to our world it was by himself; his wife and daughter had stayed behind for reasons Titus does not remember. Upon his return, he makes it his mission to find them and to learn the reason they did not come back with him. The answer is both sad and bittersweet....Read More
Add Sun of Suns to your reading list for the complex world-building alone....Read More
Sometimes a book doesn't live up to the hype. Peter Brett's The Warded Man was one of those for me as a great premise fizzles out and is ultimately wasted....Read More
My review of Paul S. Kemp's Ephemera. A bit of a departure from Kemp's usual franchise work, this one nevertheless doesn't disappoint....Read More
Tolkien meets Harry Potter in the first of this three book series. Reiffen's Choice harkens back to the traditional fantasy tales of old. Fun and entertaining, it's a good read, albeit not entirely original....Read More
Alternate history with time travel? Sounds intriguing, but there wasn't enough of the things I always look for: rich worldbuilding, deep characters, and an interesting storyline. Not a bad book, but not one that's going to rise to the top, either....Read More
Shadow's Son is akin to a blockbuster summer movie that almost works. It's good entertainment, but won't leave you hungry for more....Read More
An excellent read with intriguing characters....Read More
A likeable, diverse cast heads this first novel in the Rain Wilds Chronicles....Read More