Here are a few more of my reviews posted on Goodreads. If you haven’t read some of the fantasy and science fiction perhaps my thoughts will help you decide what to read soon.
A good collection of short fiction from top authors. The book covered a wide range of entertaining rogues as its theme. I would have preferred the anthology to be only speculative fiction in nature but I found a few of the real-world stories to be entertaining. The anthology was well edited but I would have also rather seen a story from Martin that was a bit different than a history of a GOT backstory. While informative about the history of the Seven Kingdoms in GOT it was rather dry and distant.
This was a tense tale with several gripping scenes. A great effort from Brooks that had me turning pages late into the night. Read and enjoy.
I never really read much military Sci-Fi until I picked up this book. Weber spun a good tale around the back-drop of setting as Honor Harrington is assigned to captain her first ship at a back-water location. The science and military aspects of the book are well-detailed and tightly woven into the plot. Honor is a well-written main character. Overall, I read this book well after bedtime for several nights and I found it very entertaining.
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Rayne Hall shares great reference material for writing fight scenes as well as tips to improve your technique. This is a must read for those writing anything from historical fiction to fantasy.
This was a great read that I’ve enjoyed several times over the years. It’s hard to go wrong with Gemmell in general if you’re in the mood for old-fashioned fantasy adventure. Read and enjoy!
Brent Weeks opening book of the Night Angel series was an engaging, page-turning adventures with well-developed characters and lots of twists. You won’t go wrong with this series.
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