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"Throne of Glass" by Sarah J. Maas

OOOOoooooooookayyy! So, I was so enraptured by Maas’s ACOTAR series that I decided to give “Throne of Glass” another try. Yes, another try. I had picked it up a few years ago and just couldn’t get into it. 979 more words

Book Review

REVEALED: How You Can Become An International Assassin Like The Women Who Killed Kim Jong Nam.

The Malaysian police has just released an official statement which confirms that Kim Jong Un’s brother had a nerve agent on him, and the incidents surrounding Kim Jong Nam’s death clearly explains how one can become an international assassin. 695 more words


Amateur Assassins

Photo prompt courtesy of Sarah Potter

The landscape gave the impression a confectionery chef with a cause, had turned rogue. Garden hedges resembled iced muffins, and old tree stumps, a tier of wedding cake. 97 more words

Flash Fiction

Light and Dark: Review of Nevernight by Jay Kristoff

I picked this up based on the fact that I enjoyed his steampunk series, and this cover caught my eye.

With three suns in the sky, there is almost always light–the nevernight being simply a cooler part of the day when people sleep–but there’s still plenty of darkness inside people. 263 more words


Book Review: Close Call by Laura DiSilverio

Close Call
Laura DiSilverio
Midnight Ink Books, September 2016
Trade Paperback

Not quite non-stop suspense as some reviewers have suggested, but mostly. The author has firm handles on the story line, the characters and the setting. 283 more words

Full Reviews

Throne of Glass

-Sarah J. Maas-

Celaena, a 19 year old well-known assassin, is taken to the castle by the Crown Prince after spending a brutal year in slavery at the Salt Mine. 236 more words

Book Reviews

Assassin's Apprentice (Farseer Trilogy)

I’ve been a bit distracted lately, mainly due to raiding in World of Warcraft and a few really engaging television series. But I did manage to polish off the first trilogy in Robin Hobb’s epic Six Duchies world, known as the Farseer Trilogy. 439 more words