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Book Suggestions – Mystic Dragon by Jason Denzel (2018).

This looks as thou It may be quite good. Just came across tgis while I was scrolling through. I may need to check this one out a little more in the future.

Mystic Dragon by Jason Denzel


Seven years have passed since lowborn Pomella AnDone became an unlikely Mystic’s apprentice.

Though she has achieved much in a short time, as a rare celestial event approaches, Pomella feels the burden of being a Mystic more than ever. The Mystical realm of Fayün is threatening to overtake the mortal world, and as the two worlds slowly blend together, the land is thrown into chaos. People begin to vanish or are killed outright, and Mystics from across the world gather to protect them. Among them is Shevia, a haunted and brilliant prodigy whose mastery of the Myst is unlike anything Pomella has ever seen.

Shevia will challenge Pomella in every possible way, from her mastery of the Myst to her emotional connection with Pomella’s own friends—and as Shevia’s dark intentions become more clear, Pomella fears she may be unstoppable.

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Book Suggestions – Dreadful Company by Vivian Shaw (2018).

The cover for this really got my attention! Not something you scroll across everyday. By the description this book may be worth taking a closer look 👀💯📚👍👌💜

Dreadful Company by Vivian Shaw


When Greta Helsing, doctor to the undead, is called to Paris to present at a medical conference, she expects nothing more exciting than professional discourse on zombie reconstructing surgery.

Unfortunately for Greta, Paris happens to be infested with a coven of vampires – and not the civilised kind. If she hopes to survive, Greta must navigate the maze of ancient catacombs beneath the streets, where there is more to find the simply dead men’s bones.


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Reading Suggestions – The Waking Fire, by Anthony Ryan (2016).

Anthony Ryan is a fabulous author and even though I have officially only read one of his novels, I feel confident in recommending this novel knowing it will be an epic fantasy novel.

This title is well worth checking out 📚📖👏🙌👍👌

The Waking Fire by Anthony Ryan

On the Cover

Claydon Torcreek is a Blood-blessed, able to channel the powers contained in the blood of wild drakes. While his brethren serve as elite spies and assassins, Clay prefers the life of a small-time criminal in the dangerous slums of Carvenport.

Yet war is coming, and it seems Clay is going to end up on the losing side – unless he can track down a legendary drake, whose powerful blood might just be enough to achieve victory. Clay has handled many things in his time (most of them illegal) but nothing as priceless as his nation’s future.

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Blood Song, by Anthony Ryan (2011).

On the Cover

Blood Song is the epic first novel in the internationally bestselling Raven’s Shadow seriesan enthralling tale of desperate battles, deadly politics and epic adventure.

We have fought battles that left more than a hundred corpses on the ground and not a word of it has ever been set down. The Order fights, but often it fights in shadow, without glory or reward. We have no banners.

Vaelin Al Sorna is the Sixth Order’s newest recruit. Under their brutal training regime, he learns how to forge a blade, survive the wilds and kill a man quickly and quietly – all in the name of protecting the Realm and the Faith.

Now his skills will be put to the test. War is coming. Vaelin must draw upon the very essence of his strength and cunning if he is to survive the coming conflict. Yet as the world teeters on the edge of chaos, Vaelin will learn that the truth can cut deeper than any sword.


Blood Song, authored by Anthony Ryan, is a epic novel set in a dystopian land at war. It begins with Vaelin Al Sorna, the son of a well known character of the realm, being left to the Order in which one is taught to fight for the faith. At least so it is done for those of the sixth order. Vaelin begins his journey the moment his father rides away from the Order gates.

He becomes one among many at the beginning, but as time continues and children are either killed during training or tests or just proven unworthy, their number dwindles till Vaelin finds his own band of brothers whom become closer than blood. Each of them willing to die to save the other or protect the other from harm. However, these friendships are tested time and time again and the characters are really moulded in front of the readers eyes, more or less.

It isn’t until the final of the tests when he is forced to kill an innocent man or otherwise die himself, Vaelin realises that the king has more influence on the Faith and its orders that he first thought. The King has had plans for him since his birth and although these didn’t come into fruition, he continues to scheme.

The story in itself is fast paced and exciting. Vaelin and his friends go through many battles that are well described in a prose that easily flows. The fact that Vaelin appears to have the gift of magic in his blood, known as the “Blood song”. with this magic as his guide in times of need, no wonder he becomes such a formidable enemy. The storyline of Vaelin and how he survives to become a famously respected warrior is one that just keeps readers wanting to turn pages. Admittedly I had trouble putting it down.

There wasn’t much that I didn’t enjoy in this novel. From the grisly deaths to the horrifying slaughters, and even the epic love shared between Vaelin and Sherrin. The author has written this novel very well and there is very little if anything of this book I didn’t enjoy.

Overall I would recommend this book to lovers of the dystopian fantasy genre. It’s fast pace and exciting adventures will have readers hooked. Great book. I give this book a rating of 9.5/10 stars.


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Book Suggestions – Consumed, by J. R. Ward (2018).

Another great novel from J. R. Ward. Consumed is this years realease by J. R. Ward that is hopefully just as outstanding as her other titles such as the Blackdagger Brotherhood series. Well worth the look. 💯📚💙

Consumed by J R Ward


On the Cover.

Anne Ashburn is a woman consumed . . .

By her bitter family legacy, by her scorched career as a firefighter, by her obsession with department bad-boy Danny McGuire, and by a new case that pits her against a fiery killer.

Strong-willed Anne was fearless and loved the thrill of fighting fires, pushing herself to be the best. But when one risky decision at a warehouse fire changes her life forever, Anne must reinvent not only her job, but her whole self.

Shattered and demoralized, Anne finds her new career as an arson investigator a pale substitute for the adrenaline-fueled life she left behind. She doesn’t believe she will ever feel that same all-consuming passion for her job again–until she encounters a string of suspicious fires setting her beloved city ablaze.

Danny McGuire is a premiere fireman, best in the county, but in the midst of a personal meltdown. Danny is taking risks like never before and seems to have a death wish until he teams up with Anne to find the fire starter. But Danny may be more than a distraction, and as Anne narrows in on her target, the arsonist begins to target her.

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Book Suggestions – The Cloven, by B. Caitling (2018).

The Cloven, by Brian Catling looks like it may be a promising series if this description is anything to go by! I might need to take a closer look at these!

The Cloven by B Catling

On the Cover

In the stunning conclusion to Brian Catling’s Vorrh trilogy, the colonial city of Essenwald gives up all its secrets, as the ancient forest seeks to reclaim what has been taken from it. Those who have been enslaved shall be no longer, and two heroes once thought dead shall reemerge stronger than ever. A man will be split in two, and a young woman will rise to the height of her powers. Meanwhile, the threat of war looms over London. Germany is gearing up to begin the Blitz, and only Nicolas the Erstwhile senses the danger to come. Will he be able to save the man who saved him?

The Cloven is a book of battles and betrayals, in which Catling’s incredible creations all fulfill their destinies and lead us to an epic conflagration with the fate of mankind hanging in the balance as the Vorrh attacks the one thing humankind can’t live without.

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Book Reviews

Book Review: The Obelisk Gate by N K Jemisin (2016).

On the Cover:

The season of endings grows darker, as civilization fades into the long cold night.

Essun has found shelter, but not her missing daughter. Instead there is Alabaster Tenring, destroyer of the world, with a request only Essun can grant.


The second book of N K Jemisin series does not disappoint in any way. It delves further along the storyline of Essun and her current life in Castrima (since all characters merged into the present Damaya, Syenite, Essun!). It’s a fantastic novel filled with adventure and suspense and does not forget to indulge into what is happening to Nassun, the beloved lost daughter.

There are many ups and downs within this novel, and heartbreak is one emotion that is a constant. Losing Alabaster is only the beginning. The knowing that Nassun is alive but not know where she is would heartbreak on its own. To not know how she fairs yet know her life continues would be torture to any mother. Again the unique prose in which N. K. Jemisin writes this series has me intrigued. Even though I am sure it is through Hoa that the story is being told, I still find myself second guessing with certain key phrases, but I am sure that is for a reason which will unfold as the tale continues.

Overall, I enjoyed the storyline of Essun and her fight to live and protect what she sees to most extents and purposes as – “her Comm”. And so we see her go to great lengths to ensure it remains intact. Most of what she does has never been considered let alone been allowed to transpire, and so there is a shock at the enormity and the power to which Essun wields, along with the hearty tug of emotion brought forth from someone protecting their own.

The only comment towards the negative aspect in this book would be considered more of a comment than a criticism. The scene in which Jija attacks Nassun and is eventually killed by the very powers he fears from his daughter becomes one that is hard to swallow. It isn’t a bad thing as I am sure it will somehow build character in the daughter. It just seems so tragic and hurtful to have to destroy one’s own family especially when it seems that he is all she has for the moment. But then again its not as though Essun has grown without blemishes of character and soul. The world they live in isn’t exactly soft living.

The Obelisk Gate, is one of the Epic novels in a fantastic series authored by N. K. Jemisin. I have thoroughly enjoyed this novel and genuinely excited to read the next book in the series. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys the fantasy fiction genre in the young adult and older age groups. I give this book a rating of 9/10 stars.