Good premise, but a little bad execution.
I think this topic has been going around for a long time and I just want to add what I think about this. I think so many people (in media social because I don't have any friends that read books) prefer printed books over ebooks. I mean I've seen many posts about how good books… Continue reading Ebooks VS Printed Books: I prefer Ebooks.
Harry Dresden is a detective wizard. The police bring him in to consult on a grisly double murder committed with black magic. A complication arises when The White Council, some sort of wizard government, suspected him as the culprit who had done the killing, and if he can't prove himself innocent he's going to be executed.… Continue reading Review: Storm Front by Jim Butcher ★★★½
It's time to confess; I don't like Game of Thrones. But, I think meh is a better way to explain my feeling towards Game of Thrones. For all Game of Thrones ability to create an immersive and unique world, and over branching connected plot. I still don't like Game of Thrones. No, it's not because of… Continue reading Why I don’t like Game of Thrones (sort of)
A wasted potential.
If you paid attention to my currently reading books you might notice that I have not finished any of them, and I haven't. Unfortunately. I am currently obsessing Death Note a fact that you probably know if you follow my twitter account. So, this led me to an idea to create a monthly post about… Continue reading Death Note: A Masterpiece
Rivers of London or Midnight Riot is a detective book with urban fantasy element thrown into it. It follows the story of Peter Grant, a constable in England. His life is in chaos when he sees a ghost, being placed on paperwork division, discovering magic, attracts the attention of Detective Chief Inspector Thomas Nightingale and meets magical… Continue reading Review: Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch ★★★
Ensign Andrew Dahl has just been assigned to the Universal Union Capital Ship Intrepid. But something strange is happening on this ship. Every Away Mission involves some kind of lethal confrontation with alien forces, the ship’s captain, its chief science officer, and the handsome Lieutenant Kerensky always survive these confrontations, at least one low-ranked crew member is,… Continue reading Review: Redshirts by John Scalzi ★★★★
This book is an alternate historical fiction where there are dragons in this world. We follow the journey of a British navy Captain Laurence who finds a dragon egg inside a French ship that he has seized. A dragon is very valuable especially when they are currently at war with Napoleon who has more dragons than… Continue reading Review: His Majesty’s Dragon by Naomi Novik ★★★½
This book is the first book from R.J. Barker and the first book in The Wounded Kingdom series, and as the title suggests it's a book about assassins. This book begins with the killing of sorcerers. Because sorcerer of this world suck the life from the ground if they want to use their magic. The… Continue reading Review: Age of Assassins by R.J. Barker ★★★½