Category: Fantasy

Review: Feel the Burn by G.A. Aiken (@mlsimmons)

Review: Feel the Burn by G.A. Aiken (@mlsimmons)

This is a favorite series of mine. I’m mean, first, you have DRAGONS. Second, it is full of humor and snark. If you’re not familiar with G.A. Aiken, she also writes under the name Shelly Laurenston, which is also hilarious. This series is a bit of a cross between fantasy and PNR. There is a […]

— Posted November 13, 2016 by Melanie / 26 Comments
Review: New Spring by Robert Jordan

Review: New Spring by Robert Jordan

This book gave me FEELINGS . . . . . . few of them good. For the first time in a WoT reread, I found myself absolutely hating the content. HATING. The only reason NEW SPRING didn’t get one-starred is b/c there are more than a few poignant Lan moments. But without those . . […]

— Posted November 9, 2016 by Jessica / 4 Comments
Review: Crossroads of Twilight by Robert Jordan

Review: Crossroads of Twilight by Robert Jordan

CROSSROADS OF TWILIGHT is notoriously many WoT fans’ least favorite book in series. It’s been years since I last read it, so I let all the negative hype get to me, and I started dreading my revisit, but it wasn’t half as bad as people made it out to be. I think the main problem […]

— Posted October 28, 2016 by Jessica / 2 Comments
Review: Winter’s Heart by Robert Jordan

Review: Winter’s Heart by Robert Jordan

There will be SPOILERS. I figure at this point in the series, the only people intelligently reading my reviews are fellow WoT veterans, so I’m not going to sweat the small stuff. I’ll still spoiler tag any Game Changers, so if you are a first timer, fear not. BUT. If you prefer to be blind […]

— Posted October 26, 2016 by Jessica / 1 Comment
Audiobook Review: Queen of the Darkness by Anne Bishop

Audiobook Review: Queen of the Darkness by Anne Bishop

This is a trilogy that turned into a full-on series, and it took me 2 novels to warm up to Anne Bishop’s THE BLACK JEWELS world, so after finally getting my ah-ha moment, I will be stopping here. Yes, the next installments have the potential to be even better, but they could also be a […]

— Posted October 6, 2016 by Carmel / 4 Comments
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