Novelty is a driving force in our modern age. We are suffering from a surplus of novelty and a severe lack of quality. Whether it’s Instagram, Facebook, books or video […]
A quick dive review of The Licanius Trilogy by James Islington. Spoilers ahead folks, beware. Check out my Spoiler free reviews of each book in the series. Book 1:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQasElzGYO0 Book […]
There are many training methods vying for dominance in the world. With the rise of social media platforms such as instagram, it’s become easy for people to use their bodies […]
The most important question we can ask in 2021: Can book series get a bit too long? Do authors drag things out? Let’s explore.
Do some novels or series get a tad too long? Do artists get a little too caught up in their own heads and take us down paths that shouldn’t be […]
Neil Gaiman is a masterpiece of a human, and his books showcase that, let’s be fanboys and girls together as we wander through his phenom novel, Neverwhere. Filled with mystery […]
A meandering review of Tom Lloyds first book in the God Fragments series, Stranger of Tempest. Action packed chases, big booms from mage guns, and lots of trauma, this book […]
The Light of all That Falls, the third book in the Licanius trilogy, manages to wrap up things nicely, while leaving a whopping emotional toil with its ending. That being […]
“Words are where most change begins.” ― Brandon Sanderson, Words of Radiance There is something particularly cathartic about writing. You sit yourself down and without much effort can upload all […]
The Dark glory war by Michael A. Stackpole does not seem to be on many peoples radars, but it is a worthy YA fantasy novel that leads up to a fantastic trilogy, the dragoncrown war.
“Surprising what you can dig out of books if you read long enough, isn’t it?” ― Robert Jordan As the years have come and gone, I have had the pleasure […]
Books are doorways into secret worlds, secret lives created by the minds of people around the world. Most books follow the same set of rules, they have a beginning, a […]