I return once again to the Witcher world. Don't worry, we've only got three more to go after this. Then I might finally force myself to play the first two Witcher games. Maybe. This cover is one of the most confusing in the series; what the fuck is Geralt fighting? Unlike the previous stories, this… Continue reading Baptism of Fire: The Fellowship of the Lion Cub
I get the feeling like I might make some enemies over this one. The Wheel of Time is one of those fantasy book series that I've always been vaguely aware of. I remember seeing it on the shelves in libraries and thinking "Man, there are a lot of those!" Back then, I thought they would… Continue reading The Eye of the World: Book One of… How Many?
Ah, Agatha Christie. The Queen of Mystery. While Arthur Conan Doyle may have invented the whodunnit mystery story with Sherlock Holmes, she was the one who refined it to what it is today. Her stories are a masterclass in writing surprising, unexpected twists that, while completely shocking, still makes total sense in retrospect. Truly, she… Continue reading The Mysterious Affair at Styles: The Beginnings of Agatha Christie
Man, I've had this review sitting on the shelf for a while! I started writing this way back in July! The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe is one of the most beloved children stories of all time. It's a true fantasy classic that's stood the test of time for... Jesus, seventy years! It's one… Continue reading The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe: The One Everyone Knows
At long last, it's time to return to Roshar! Book four of the Stormlight Archive is finally here! And boy howdy, does it give us a lot to talk about! I am absolutely in love with this cover art. One year after the events of Oathbringer, the war against Odium continues. Thanks to the advances… Continue reading Rhythm of War: The Turning Point