I Have not read a book in a long time and I feel ashamed. I am not sure why I haven’t read or shared my reading, however I have pre-ordered Patrick Rothfuss’ new Novela “A Slow Regard of Silent Things” through a fundraiser Rothfuss put on with Worldbuilders. I will be getting a signed version and the proceeds go to a great cause.
Great questions thanks to Allie, from Tethyanbooks.
Spoilers Lurk Below!
Thanks everyone this was a lot of fun and can’t wait for the next one. (more…)
Welcome Back to the fourth week of our wonderful read along. This week we read quite a bit, Chapter eight through chapter ten. These questions were brought to us by the Little Red Reviewer. This part of the book is all leading up to the big finally happening next week and there are some big reveals and turns that leaves you wanting to finish the book! (more…)
We are now over the hump of the story, this week we read Chapter 6 thru Interlude “Aurin and Amadine”. With twists happening in both major plot lines a lot has happened. Locke and Jean face the wrath of Sabetha in five year game plot. In the Interlude the group is fixing a broken acting company on lies that may backfire, while Locke is still trying to mend and court Sabetha all at the same time some mixed success. I would like to thank Lynn’s Book Blog for being the amazing host this week. Only two more weeks left! (more…)
book! I was ahead last week so I need to start reading to be prepared for next week! This book is so exciting and I am glad I can share this with everyone!
It is finally here the legendary city that has been a sore in the most popular dark elf Drizzt’s oldest and elderly friend Bruenor for his entire life. Bruenor found his old city in Streams of Silver and now after the people closest to him have past Dwarf King Bruenor Battlehammer has to sneak off with Drizzt in one last search for the fabled city of Gauntlgrym. (more…)
October 13, 2013 | Categories: Forgotten Realms, R.A. Salvatore | Tags: Bruenor Battlehammer, Dark Elf Trilogy, Dark Elves, Drizzt, Drizzt Do'Urden, Gauntlgrym, Neverwinter, R.A. Salvatore, Salvatore, The Icewind Dale Trilogy, Transitions | Leave a comment
I Started this blog with a review of Scott Lynch’s The Lies of Locke Lamora. It has been a long wait but finally he has released the third book in his series The Republic of Thieves. (more…)
The Ghost King is the final book in R.A. Salvatore’s Transition Trilogy and this book lives up completely to the titled trilogy. This extraordinary epic fantasy shows a big change to the world of Drizzt Du’Urden as we have known for the past 20 years.
This is a very hard decision to pick my favorite read, obviously my favorite type of books to read are fantasy books but to pick one author I would have to say right now would be Patrick Rothfuss. He is new and only has two books published but the way his books are written just puts me in awe.
The book of the year award goes to A Wise Mans Fear. This is the second book in the Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss. This book continues with day two of the simple innkeeper Kvothe’s very complex and exciting past. (more…)