A not too kind review… I had to DNF it at 35% which is a pity, because I was looking forward to read it.
Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames
“This story is like a great song which makes you feel calm, angry, happy, sad, surprised with its melodies and lyrics.”
Aching God by Mike Shel
Aching God by Mike Shel, a thrilling, dark, cleverly written debut novel which deserves all the attention it can get. Read it people, because it’s good!
Nightingale’s Lament by Simon R. Green
My rant/review about Nightingale’s Lament by Simon R. Green. I was supposed to write this over the weekend but my mind wanted to focus on writing other things. Oops…
Wavebreaker by A. J. Norfield
The sequel to #SPFBO participant Windcatcher by @AJNorfield, a compelling epic fantasy with delightful dark elements is out now! Go and grab it, you’ll be grateful later 😉 (I accept gifts btw)
#bookreview #darkfantasy #epicfantasy
They Mostly Come Out At Night by Benedict Patrick
At last but not least the third review dedicated to someone who got me where I am today. An intriguing, dark tale wrapped in a rich mythology. You don’t want to miss this!
Devil’s Night Dawning by Damien Black
My second review of the three dedicated ones. My first plunge in the unknown, the first book I volunteered to read in exchange of a review. Never thought it would turn out as a huge impact on my life 🙂
Darkshine by R. D. Vallier
The book that had started everything: it witnessed the start of a friendship, it was my first ARC and it’s sequel was my first and only (so far) beta read. Obviously it means a lot to me and I’m glad it’s my first review up in this blog 🙂 Hope you will like it as well!