Legends & Lattes by Travis Baldree – Book Review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4FZcNA62LQ Published by: Self-Published, recently acquired by TORGenre: Slice of Life FantasyPages: 318Format: ebookPurchased Copy for my Kindle from Amazon The blogosphere has been abuzz with talk of Travis Baldree’s debut, Legends & Lattes, and for good reason. Slice of life stories are character-driven to their core—no wonder, then, that Baldree’s novel is such a... Continue Reading →

The Best Fantasy Real Estate: Mordor

Attention, curmudgeonly octogenarians! Are you looking for a good way to spend your golden years? Whether you adore beautiful views, crave fields of gold, or are itching for that wasteland full of rotting orc carcasses, we at the Reliquary Tourist Agency have the best locales for you! Sit back, rest your weary bones--what's left of... Continue Reading →

My Summer 2021 Reads

Hello! Now that we're at the close of September, it's time to look back at all the fun we've had over the summer! And if you know me, my fun is often limited to vast quantities of books. Like...so many books, bruh. I discuss most of the ones I read over the summer, in some... Continue Reading →

Giant Days Vol. 05 by John Allison

Previous | Next My, but it has been a while since last I spoke about John Allison and Max Sarin's exceptional Giant Days series, hasn't it? Has a more charming slice-of-life tale ever been penned and drawn with such effortless skill? I've certainly never seen anything of the kind, though if you have, please let... Continue Reading →

Small Gods: A Discworld Review

Oh, lawks, I read another Discworld novel. Small Gods was Terry Pratchett's most intricate examination of organised religion and faith yet. Where do the gods come from? How many masks do they wear? Are they just a big lot of buggers sitting on their arses, pulling the limbs off mortals for the giggles? That's what... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Promise of Blood

(Disclaimer: Some minor spoilers ahead.) Brian's Style Promise of Blood isn't the first novel I've read by Brian McClellan. That honour goes to Sins of Empire, which holds a special place in my heart as both the first flintlock fantasy I've read, as well as the first title I purchased because of a recommendation read... 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 →

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