They came to earth—Pestilence, War, Famine, Death—four horsemen riding their screaming steeds, racing to the corners of the world. Four horsemen with the power to destroy all of humanity. They came to earth, and they came to end us all.
When Pestilence comes for Sara Burn’s town, one thing is certain: everyone she knows and loves is marked for death. Unless, of course, the angelic-looking horseman is stopped, which is exactly what Sara has in mind when she shoots the unholy beast off his steed.
Too bad no one told her Pestilence can’t be killed.
Now the horseman, very much alive and very pissed off, has taken her prisoner, and he’s eager to make her suffer. Only, the longer she’s with him, the more uncertain she is about his true feelings towards her … and hers towards him.
And now, well, Sara might still be able to save the world, but in order to do so, she’ll have to sacrifice her heart in the process.
This looks like it could be good. Something to add to the #mustread list
Once I was a fae princess with sea-magic at my fingertips. Now? I’m a hunted supernatural in a squalid shop, stripped of my power. My only comforts are stale cookies, Elvis records, and my hula-hoop. Then a lethally sexy fae king arrives and rips even those away.
After the brutal king throws me in prison, I strike a bargain with him: my freedom in exchange for helping him find a magic blade. What Lyr doesn’t know is that the blade might restore my stolen magic.
But as we journey, the gorgeous jerk starts to make me feel things I’ve never felt. When Lyr touches me, desire ignites. I see raging passion in his eyes too. If I give in, I risk losing my chance at reclaiming my power…and, even worse, I could be forfeiting my life.
different way to use magic in a storyline! It’s not completely unique but the
way in which magic’s and Angels are used in this tale is fantastic. A lot of
the characters names are familiar from modern religions which I think makes the
text more relatable to readers.
begins with the awakening of Liliathe and her re-emergence into a world she had
worked to create for her own means. With the use of Angel magic and her own
Mage talents, she sets off events that domino into big trouble!
I found the
book to be well written, using intelligent prose and holding just the right
amount of humour. I believe this book would appeal to many young adults who
enjoy the fantasy genre. I feel that it was just not quite as
“complicated” in comparison to my normal reads. It’s not that I found
the novel lacking or boring, I just found it difficult to focus in some areas.
this book has kept me interested throughout and has been an enjoyable read.
Hope to see more great things from this author in the future. I recommend this
not only to YA age group, but to anyone interested in fantasy. I give this book
a rating of 7/10 stars.
This is the second book in the Chronicle of the Unhewn authored by Brian Staveley which has been a fanastic continuation to a hectic adventure of war and magic. Adare struggles to be the best queen for her people, even though it has always been a male upon the throne, she feels that she is still the best person for the job, especially since her brothers, Valin and Kadden are either missing or unable to perform the tasks needed.
of war from the people beyond the kingdoms borders is becoming more real and
the inevitable battle closer each day, and the realm is in turmoil in either
repetition for disaster and war or fleeing for safety.
been a fast paced adventure with some interesting characters and the inclusion
of magics really make the story intriguing. I found this book quite good
overall although I did find myself very confused in a variety of areas,
although after a few rereads was able to get back on track. I will continue on
with the series, but I do hope I can figure things through a bit better with
the next instalment. Even saying that, I did enjoy the overall storyline.
believe this book has been well with the read and I recommend it to anyone who
enjoys fantasy novels that are in the “Game of Thrones” type genre. I give this
book a rating of 8.5/10 stars.
The Emperor’s Blade is an intense fantasy novel full of suspense and adventure. After the death of the King, it is up to his children, Valin, K and Adare, to take up the reins. The there. Have been separated for some time as the two boys were sent away to study whilst their sister was kept behind to learn the running of the kingdom from home.
takes on a fast pace from the beginning picking up the story and running with
it. Although a little confusing at first, it wasn’t long before I was turning
pages far into the night. I particularly enjoy the inclusion of the Kestrel.
Not only are the giant creatures important in the storyline they make fantastic
thoroughly enjoyed the book and recommend it to anyone who likes fantasy novels
that travel along the “game of thrones” style. Definitely looking
forward to the next book. I give this book a rating of 9/10 stars.
Dark secrets, unexpected twists, and a blurred line between good and evil will keep you on the edge of your seat. ~ Kindle
Raven Black hunts evildoers for fun, but her vigilante justice isn’t the only reason she’s hiding from the law. Half Vampire, half Mage, she’s spent years living as a rogue to stay alive. When a Russian Shifter offers her a job in his covert organization hunting outlaws, dignity and a respectable career are finally within her grasp. The catch? Her new partner is Christian Poe – a smug, handsome Vampire whom she’d rather stake than go on a stakeout with.
They’re hot on the trail of a human killer who will stop at nothing to get what he wants. One misstep during her probationary period could jeopardize Raven’s chance at redemption, and her partner would love nothing more than to see her fail. Will Raven find the courage to succeed, or will she give in to her dark nature?