In book three, Bob learns that being a sentient spaceship really should be more fun. But after spreading out through space for almost a century, Bob and his clones just can’t stay out of trouble. An excellent title, if it heralds the end of the series, it will have gone out on a high note.
The 12th entry in John Conroe’s Demon Accords book series, Winterfall proves that masterful prose, a compelling story and unique characters can drive through multiple novels. If anything, the Demon Accords series gets even hotter with Winterfall.
Black Frost is book 4.5 in the Demon Accords series by author John Conroe. As such, this is a smaller book, only 114 pages in paperback. But it’s unique in that it largely ignores main characters, focusing on interesting subplots going on behind the scenes.
Following up on the quirky We are Bob, We Are Many finds the hapless Bob Johansson still dead, and his intelligence still powering space probes looking for habitable planets. But everything else has changed, including the loss of most of the rest of life on Earth.
What happens when poor Bob Johansson gets killed crossing the street and wakes up 100 years later as an artificial intelligence that is property of the state? In We Are Legion (We are Bob) novel, a lot of humorous and exciting plot twists.
The Blood of Dragons audiobook from Jack Campbell picks up the action where the Daughter of Dragons original left off. In this fascinating world, after the war that overthrew the Great Guilds, the Empire is now vowing to avenge the massive defeat of her imperial legions.
Michael’s back with the third entry in a favorite LitRPG series of his for this week’s Bookish Wednesday. It’s Steel Wolves of Craedia by G. Akella!
This week we’re off to Vegas, baby! We dive into Snake Eyes, Book 11 in the Demon Accords series by author John Conroe. What happens in Vegas…could kill off the everyone in this exciting novel.
Daughter of Dragons is the first book in the brand-new Legacy of Dragons trilogy by author Jack Campbell. It follows the Pillars of Reality series that we previously reviewed, and is starting to get just as good.
Sometimes a book series will wax and wane as it grows. But The Unmaking Engine, the sequel to the really good World Walker title, falls so far from the original that the series may not be able to recover with too many of its former fans.