Various Things · Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday: Assassin’s Fate (The Fitz and The Fool Trilogy #3) by Robin Hobb.

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine.  Each Wednesday you get to highlight a book that your really looking forward to. This week I’ve chosen:  Assassin’s Fate (The Fitz and The Fool Trilogy #3) by Robin Hobb. Book Blurb: Prince FitzChivalry Farseer’s daughter Bee was violently abducted from Withywoods by Servants of… Continue reading Waiting on Wednesday: Assassin’s Fate (The Fitz and The Fool Trilogy #3) by Robin Hobb.

Author · Spotlight/Interview

Author Interview: Nicholas Eames.

Today on The Tattooed Book Geek I’m very pleased to be bringing you an exclusive interview with Nicholas Eames, author of the fantasy book Kings of the Wyld, which just so happens to have been released today! I’ve already read and reviewed Kings of the Wyld, it was a 5* must read for me and… Continue reading Author Interview: Nicholas Eames.

200 Words or Less

200 Words or Less: Last Argument of Kings (The First Law #3) by Joe Abercrombie

Welcome to 200 Words or Less, a weekly Friday feature here on The Tattooed Book Geek where I will bring to you reviews/thoughts of 200 words or less from the books I read before I started blogging. We all have them, books that we read and loved or even read and hated before we decided… Continue reading 200 Words or Less: Last Argument of Kings (The First Law #3) by Joe Abercrombie

Friday Face-Off · Various Things

Friday Face-Off February 17th 2017.

The Friday Face-Off is a meme originally created by Books by Proxy, where the idea is to compare the different covers of a book with each week being a certain theme. I haven’t done a Face-Off post in a while with creating my own new Friday feature 200 Words or Less, but the Face-Off is… Continue reading Friday Face-Off February 17th 2017.

Book Reviews

The Fatal Tree Book Review

The Fatal Tree. Jake Arnott. 336 pages. Historical Fiction. My Rating: 4 stars out of 5. Book Blurb: London, the 1720s. Welcome to ‘Romeville’, the underworld of that great city. The financial crash caused by the South Sea Bubble sees the rise of Jonathan Wild, self-styled ‘Thief-taker General’ who purports to keep the peace while… Continue reading The Fatal Tree Book Review