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The Tyrant's Law by Daniel Abraham

The Dagger and Coin series is highly readable and rather compelling and this continues in the very good third book The Tyrant’s Law. The pace and trimming of the standard fantasy fat remain the clear advantages and we begin to see a bit of wider world building to address one of the series’ weaknesses. 605 more words


High Fantasy, A Suspenseful Road Trip and a Comic Book

Book Series: The Dagger and Coin Series, by Daniel Abraham

Let’s be honest. We all have our favorite classic books, and we would love to be the person who reads only deep, “impactful” literature that appears in the Atlantic (or whatever). 680 more words


The Friday Face-Off: Peace is Poor Reading

Welcome to The Friday Face-Off, a new weekly meme hosted by Books by Proxy. Join us every Friday as we pit cover against cover, and publisher against publisher, to find the best artwork in our literary universe. 174 more words

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The Spider's War

Back when I first heard that Daniel Abraham had signed a contract to do these books, I was uber excited. I’d absolutely loved his Long Price Quartet and had been anticipating what he would do next. 1,031 more words

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A Shadow in Summer

This book was a breath of fresh air. I borrowed it from my bestie and it was one of my many novels that I brought with me during my trip to Indonesia earlier this year. 224 more words

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The Expanse - Space Opera with Gravitas

I had read the first three books in The Expanse series in such a breathless rush it’s now hard for me to remember all the exact details. 411 more words

The Widow's House

I vividly remember reading a review of THE DRAGON’S PATH when it was first released, and the reviewer was complaining about the lackluster magic system that “sounded a whole lot like ‘those aren’t the droids you’re looking for'”. 1,067 more words

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