Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Review: Kingsteel

Kingsteel Kingsteel by Michael Meyerhofer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received the The Dragonkin Trilogy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review, therefore, I'm going to start my review a bit different than usual. The reason for this change in the way I'm reviewing is because Goodreads counts trilogies, series, and anthologies as one book, and I'm greedy so I broke this one down to get credit for all three books, though I'll be reviewing the entire trilogy.

Kingsteel by Michael Meyerhofer is the last book in the Dragonkin Trilogy. Rowen has won the battle, but has he won the war? There is a new threat out there that Rowen must contend with.

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Review: Knightswrath

Knightswrath Knightswrath by Michael Meyerhofer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I received the Dragonkin Trilogy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review, therefore, I'm going to start my review a bit different than usual. The reason for this change in the way I'm reviewing is because Goodreads counts trilogies, series, and anthologies as one book, and I'm greedy so I broke this one down to get credit for all three books, though I'll be reviewing the entire trilogy.

Knightswrath by Michael Meyerhofer is the second book in the Dragonkin Trilogy. Now that Rowen has become a Knight of the Crane he must continue to battle and try to save the lands.

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Review: Wytchfire

Wytchfire Wytchfire by Michael Meyerhofer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I received the The Dragonkin Trilogy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review, therefore, I'm going to start my review a bit different than usual. The reason for this change in the way I'm reviewing is because Goodreads counts trilogies, series, and anthologies as one book, and I'm greedy so I broke this one down to get credit for all three books, though I'll be reviewing the entire trilogy.

Wytchfire by Michael Meyerhofer is the first book in The Dragonkin Trilogy. Rowen Locke has always dreamed of becoming a Knight of the Crane, but with war looming Rowen has to decide where he stands.

First I have to say WOW!!! I was thoroughly blown away by this story. It is your typical sword and sorcery tale, but yet it isn't. Yes, it has the good vs. evil. Yes, it has magic. And yes, it has battles, and lots of them. But, what isn't typical is the fact that you won't find your typical races. You won't find dwarfs, elves, orcs, and the like. This tale has a host of very different races. It was very refreshing to meet these new races and still have the feel of a sword and sorcery tale.

This story is very well written with vivid descriptions, and amazing world building. The characters are flawed, which makes them stand out from the pages and become flesh and bone. The dialogue is entertaining with a few laughs here and there.

My only problem with this trilogy is that I feel as though some of the issues surrounding certain characters weren't fully resolved at the end. I'm hoping that the author is going to continue this story with focusing on those particular characters with spin-offs. If not for this fact, I would have given this trilogy five stars. Though I am giving each book their own star, I would rate the entire trilogy 4.5.

I highly recommend this trilogy because it is well written with a host of new races, and lots of excitement.

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Sunday, October 8, 2017

Review: Stoneweaver - A Clash of Sword and Stone

Stoneweaver - A Clash of Sword and Stone Stoneweaver - A Clash of Sword and Stone by Cabe Valion
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Stoneweaver - A Clash of Sword and Stone by Cabe Valion is the first book in a new epic fantasy series, The Dread Magic Saga. De Mauriac is sent by Nenevah to retrieve an asset, a Stoneweaver.

This tale is a promising start to a new epic fantasy. The concept is very interesting; a new take on magical abilities that I had not read before. The characters are well fleshed out, and the story is well written. It has imaginative world building. My only complaint is that it is too short! I'm interested in seeing where this story takes me. Looking forward to the next installment.

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

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Saturday, October 7, 2017



Twitter Unsuspended My Account

Finally, Twitter released my account! I'm so happy! I had
made another account, FeeRtheDragon, but I liked 
that handle so much it is now on my main account :D

Follow me here: https://twitter.com/FeeRtheDragon

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Review: Peter Huddleston & The Knights of the Leaf

Peter Huddleston & The Knights of the Leaf Peter Huddleston & The Knights of the Leaf by Miguel Lopez de Leon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Peter Huddleston & The Knights of the Leaf by Miguel Lopez de Leon is the final book in the Galadria trilogy. Peter and his grandfather seek out the Knights of the Leaf to help in the raging war.

This book picks up where the second book left off. It is full of imaginative creatures. A fast paced story, and wonderful characters. There were a few things that I knew were coming, but these things didn't get in the way of my enjoyment. Wonderful trilogy.

I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway. All opinions are my own.

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Review: Peter Huddleston & The Mists of the Three Lakes

Peter Huddleston & The Mists of the Three Lakes Peter Huddleston & The Mists of the Three Lakes by Miguel Lopez de Leon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Peter Huddleston & The Mists of the Three Lakes by Miguel Lopez de Leon is the second book in the Galadria trilogy. Peter returns to Hillside Manor to learn all he can about his new realm, Galadria.

This books starts where the first book, Peter Huddleston & The Rites of Passage, left off. I found this book to be a bit slower paced, but it did not hinder my reading. This story is very imaginative, and the characters are well fleshed out. I enjoyed the first book so much that I bought this book, as I had won the first and third books in a Goodreads giveaway. A great trilogy for middle grade children.

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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Review: The Last Dragon Slayer

The Last Dragon Slayer The Last Dragon Slayer by Martyn Stanley
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The Last Dragon Slayer by Martyn Stanley is the first book in the Deathsworn Arc series. Saul Karza is a wizard tasked with finding and killing a Noble Dragon. He is aided by two immigrants and a dwarf, but acquire the help of an elf and a dark elf along the way.

This story was good, but it could have used a bit of editing. I became invested in the characters as the story unfolded. It was a slow paced tale until the end, but overall a decent story.

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Review: Her Father's Fugitive Throne

Her Father's Fugitive Throne Her Father's Fugitive Throne by Brandon Barr
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Her Father's Fugitive Throne by Brandon Barr is the third installment in the Song of the Worlds series.

This story picks up where the second book ends, and I have to say that I am hooked on Brandon's storytelling. It is by far one of the best series that I have ever read. I am so looking forward to more in this series!

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