Fantasy

Fantasy book reviews

Red Sister (Book of the Ancestor #1) by Mark Lawrence: Book Review

Red Sister

What a book! Red Sister introduces me to the wonderful world of Mark Lawrence. Countless voracious fantasy lovers who have suggested he is a terrific writer are absolutely right. The man can write. He has created the world so bleak and characters so full of darkness that anybody who appreciates the eternal struggle between black …

The Court of Broken Knives (Empires of Dust #1) by Anna Smith Spark: Review

Review

  One of the best fantasy books I have read since I have started blogging, The Court of Broken Knives (Empires of Dust #1) by Anna Smith Spark, is a poetic account of the struggle for existence centered around a handful of people caught in politics. No, friends, it’s not as simple as I made it sound. …

Fates and Furies (Sphinx #4) by Raye Wagner: Review

Fates and Furies

4.5 Bohostars Fates and Furies, the fourth and final book concluding Raye Wagner‘s superb mythology based, YA, urban fantasy, Sphinx series, is one of the best YA level adventure fantasy books I have read this year. Raye’s beautiful writing, a plot full of twists and turns at every corner, and conflicts after conflicts thrown upon …