The Cthulu Casebooks: Sherlock Holmes and the Sussex -Sea-Devils. James Lovegrove. 352 pages. Fiction / Horror / Fantasy / Crime / Mystery. My Rating: Hell Yeah Book Review. Book Blurb. It is the autumn of 1910, and for fifteen long years Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson have battled R lluhloig, the Hidden Mind that… Continue reading The Cthulu Casebooks: Sherlock Holmes and the Sussex Sea-Devils by James Lovegrove Book Review. #BookBlogger #BookBloggers #BookReview #BookReviews #Review #Cthulu #Sherlock
Well, the title of the post is itself quite explanatory, I'm going to list the top finished fantasy trilogies that I have read and that I think every fantasy fan should read and if you're not a fantasy fan "shudders, tuts and then shakes head" well, you just might find something that piques your interest… Continue reading Top Finished Fantasy Trilogies you should read.
A Time of Dread (Of Blood and Bone #1). John Gwynne. 480 pages. Fantasy / Epic Fantasy. My Rating: Hell Yeah Book Review. Book Blurb: The Ben-Elim, a fierce race of warrior-angels, burst into the Banished Lands over a hundred and thirty years ago. They were in pursuit of their eternal enemy, the Kadoshim demon-horde.… Continue reading A Time of Dread (Of Blood and Bone #1) by John Gwynne #BookReview #BookBloggers #BookBlogger #Blogger #Fantasy
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 is week I’ve chosen: Dead Man's Steel (The Grim Company Book 3) by Luke Scull. In the City of Towers, former rebel Sasha and her comrade Davarus Cole struggle to… Continue reading Waiting on Wednesday: Dead Man’s Steel (The Grim Company Book 3) by Luke Scull.
The Wheel of Osheim (Red Queen's War book 3). Mark Lawrence. 5 stars out of 5. Book Blurb: All the horrors of Hell stand between Snorri Ver Snagason and the rescue of his family, if indeed the dead can be rescued. For Jalan Kendeth getting back out alive and with Loki’s Key is all that… Continue reading The Wheel of Osheim Book Review