Three Parts Dead is another of the interesting stories from the Craft Sequence by Max Gladstone. This time, Gods offer power to distant cities in return for protection from monsters, and other bizarrely cool plots.
Michael’s back with the first entry in a Fantasy Epic for this week’s Bookish Wednesday! It’s Rhapsody by Elizabeth Haydon!
Michael’s back with something special for this week’s Book Review, he’s reviewed a book that isn’t even out yet! It’s The Seascape Tattoo by Larry Niven!
Pathfinder Tales: Skinwalkers offers a fine adventure story that finds Viking and Native American cultures fighting in a fantasy world based on the Pathfinder Tabletop RPG. Find out if this ends up being a good mix for adventure-seeking readers.
Michael has had an amazing year in terms of books, and 2015 is looking to be just as good! Check out what he’s looking forward to in this week’s Book Series Wednesday!
Don’t click on this article unless you’ve caught up on Brandon Sanderson’s Mega Series, known as the Cosmere! Michael’s taking a look at what we know about it and whose been world hopping so far for this week’s Book Series Wednesday.
If you enjoy a quick read, or interesting magic systems, you’ll want to read the book that Michael read for this week’s Book Series Wednesday. It’s The Emperor’s Soul by Brandon Sanderson.
This week Michael is covering a “sequel” to the excellent Original Mistborn Trilogy, it’s time for the Alloy of Law to shine! There will be plenty of spoilers for the trilogy inside so proceed with caution if you don’t want the series ruined for you. Expect plenty of spoilers regarding the Cosmere below I’m not holding back this time!
Ever wonder what would happen when you screw up a First Contact? Michael wasn’t expecting to like the story that comes after that when he read Ender’s Game for this week’s Book Series Wednesday.
Do you love a good story? If you’ve read anything by Brandon Sanderson you’ll agree with Michael in this Book Series Wednesday about Words of Radiance, Book 2 of The Stormlight Archive, being one of his best works. [Major Spoilers for Book 1]