Reviews

Spellwright by Blake Charlton

Blake Charlton’s Spellwright is set in a world where the ability to understand the written word is the key to being a Spellwright – a person who can wield magic. Nicodemus Weal was once perceived to be the Halycon, a …

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Bartimaeus: The Ring of Solomon by Jonathan Stroud

Bartimaeus of Uruk, millenia old djinni of mid-rank (fourth level, if it pleases you to know), is a master of all things wit. He has faced spirits far above him and triumphed (though most of the time it's just from sheer luck and maybe a couple well placed detonations in the nether-regions); he's served countless masters of great...

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Pegasus by Robin McKinley

About a month ago, I spoke of two releases I was anticipating, and though Towers of Midnight was the first to arrive on my doorstep, I immediately moved on to Pegasus after finishing it, filled with expectation not only because …

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The Alloy of Law, a Mistborn novel

We’ve previously reported about Death by Pizza, Brandon Sanderson’s side project during his three month break from writing, or well, from writing anything serious. Before finishing that project however, Sanderson moved on to another: a Mistborn short story. The short …

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