I, Exile by David M. Samuels – Book Review

This book review was originally published over at booknest.eu. Self-PublishedGenre: Fantasy, Low FantasyPages: 220Format: Kindle e-bookCopy: Courtesy by the author through r/fantasy’s TBRindr list in return for an honest review; The opportunity of coming across a gemstone of a book is why I am happy to read the works of indie fantasy authors whose titles... Continue Reading →

The Dragon’s Banker by Scott Warren – Book Review

Originally posted over at booknest.eu! The review below is an annotated version. Published by: Scott Warren (Self-Published)Genre: Fantasy (Economic Adventure!)Pages: 255Format: e-bookReview/Purchased Copy: Provided through NetGalley, in return for an honest review. Sailor Kestern is a fine banker in an unenviable position. His former client, a nobleman by the name of Brackwaldt, has it out... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Song by Jesse Teller

This book was provided by Rebekah Teller in exchange for a review! I can't recall whether it was supposed to be an honest review or a dishonest one, so I'll trust my fingers to guide me towards the more preferable type. Song took me a while to get through. On one hand, Song has an... Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Star Reckoner’s Lot

Disclaimer: This book has been kindly provided by Darrel Drake for free, in exchange for a review. No one said anything about being honest but I wasn't told to lie either, so it evens out somewhere along the line, I reckon. A Star-Reckoner's Lot has been an interesting ride, one that left me some strong impressions.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Arm of the Sphinx by Josiah Bancroft

(Minor Spoilers Ahead) Senlin Ascends (review here) was an excellent first act in Josiah Bancroft's fully realized and fleshed out world, with intricate characters and a number of mysteries which set the imagination on fire. Originally self-published in 2015, Arm of the Sphinx came to be re-released by Orbit this March, in preparation for The Hod King which... Continue Reading →

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