Fantastic Fiction Stories


The Republic of Thieves has been Released

The_Republic_of_Thieves_coverI 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. Read the rest of this page »


My Game of Thrones Decision

Fire and Blood (Game of Thrones)

Fire and Blood (Game of Thrones) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

About a Month ago I posted THIS post about my conflict concerning the Game of Thrones books, and the HBO series. I was in a dilemma about whether I keep on reading the books past season three or stick to following right along with the show like I did for season one and two.

It was tough because season three of the HBO show ends a little past the half way mark in the third book.  Read the rest of this page »

17 Funny Problems of being an Avid Reader

bookThanks to BuzzFeed this has been all over the place! I didn’t want to feel left out so here you go I am sharing it too!

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17 Problems Only Book Lovers Will Understand
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Game of Thrones Delema


Game of Thrones Delema!


Deviantart-by ~En-Taiho

Deviantart-by ~En-Taiho

Here is my problem and it is universal with watching movies or shows that are adapted from books. Which one do you do first?



As we know season three of the HBO serious Game of Thrones just ended. I however am 300 pages or so from finishing the third book A Storm of Swords. Read the rest of this page »

The Ghost King

Cover of "The Pirate King (Forgotten Real...

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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.

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The Hunger Games

by ~Patsie DeviantArt

Tomorrow this movie comes out and everyone has been so hyped up about it I decided to read the book.

With much speculation my original thoughts were ok great another twilight book, which I enjoyed at the time but would not really want to read the same plot again with different circumstances.

However I very much liked the Hunger games. The thought of some chick going around shooting people always leads to good times. Read the rest of this page »

Favorite Read

Day 190: Patrick Rothfuss

Patrick Rothfuss (Photo credit: Manzabar)

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.

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A Wise Mans Fear

Why do wise men fear the moonless night…..

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. Read the rest of this page »

The Pirate King

The Pirate King by R.A Salvatore is another book from the endless list of legendary Drizzt Du’Urden novels. I have been trying to catch up with all of these books but as soon I finish a book of his he comes out with another one. The Pirate King is the second in the Transitions series.

It starts off a few months or so after the end of The Orc King. Drizzt and Regis plan a trip to go visit Wulfgar back in Icewind Dale. On the way the run into the Harpells family who are turning fugitives of the town near their mansion into animals. This leads to a conflict and discussion between Drizzt and Regis on how much one should be involved with cities policies even if they do not think it is right. Read the rest of this page »

A Wise Mans release

To all my subscribers and/or readers I am sorry to inform you so late but the second book of the Kingkiller series is now out for everyone to read. A Wise Mans Fear by Patrick Rothfuss is the sequel to his debut book The Name Of The Wind. This book is almost a thousand pages long and starts  right where NOTW ends.  I will be writing a review once I finish it.