Tag Archives: Fantasy

The Core – 80/100 Peter V. Brett

Overview: I have been waiting for this book ever since I finished The Skull Throne. Peter set up for a great finale and all of my questions coming into the final book were answered.  I enjoyed seeing each character’s arc … Continue reading

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The Stone Sky 79/100 – N.K. Jemisin

Overview: I’ve been looking forward to this book since I read the first one and I’ve been meaning to get this posted for a while.  I know it’s been a while since my last post, but between work and my … Continue reading

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Artemis Fowl – 89/100 Eoin Colfer

Overview: This is another book in the top 200 books that I got from my friend Sarah.  I didn’t know anything going into this book and was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked it.  It was a very short … Continue reading

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Crooked Kingdom 88/100 Leigh Bardugo

Overview: Crooked Kingdom picks up shortly after Six of Crows.  We follow back up with Kaz, Inej, Matthias, Nina, Jesper, Wylan, and now Kuwei.  In Six of Crows, we get glimpses of the main characters, but we don’t really get a good idea of … Continue reading

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The Obelisk Gate 85/100 – N. K. Jemisin

Overview: The Obelisk Gate picks right up where The Fifth Season left us and we finally find out what Nassun has been up to.  I’ve been really busy lately so I haven’t been able to post, but I just got … Continue reading

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The Bone Witch 74/100 – Rin Chupeco

Overview: In a world of magic, witches, and daeva, The Bone Witch creates a new experience with likenesses from Rothfuss and G.R.R. Martin.  We follow Tea, a Bone Witch as she recounts her story from childhood to completing her training … Continue reading

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The Skull Throne (94/100) – Peter V. Brett

Overview:  The Skull Throne is setting the chess board for the final showdown between man and demon.  Arlen and Jardir, luckily still alive, take a backseat in this book and we follow the politics ensuing from the disappearance of the … Continue reading

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