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A Review of the Diamond Throne by David Eddings

Hey guys. So, as usual, this review was delayed. I actually finished this book a while ago but only just got around to doing my review of it. 597 more words


Tough Travels - Tricksters

Every week, Fantasy Review Barn runs a feature where they seek out examples of fantasy tropes. Other bloggers are welcome to join in, finding their own books to match the given topic. 640 more words


Son of the Black Sword

A few weeks ago, I finished Son of the Black Sword, the latest book from Larry Correia. I’ve been delaying on writing blog posts, so this review isn’t the only one on my to-do list; but the thing is, if you like fantasy that’s a little bit different, you need to read this book. 2,097 more words


Cliche Sunday

It’s all in the timing, you know. I once gave a friend, an avid fantasy reader like myself, my beloved Belgarion series to read. He loved RR Martin so much, I had to give him David Eddings. 795 more words

Cliche Sunday

An Audio-Book Review: If a Ghost Tells You Something, It’s Got to Be True!

The Diamond Throne

By David Eddings

Published by National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped

Read by Jon Beryl

The Book:

I was already a fan of David Eddings when this first was published in hardcover and I wasted no time in buying the book. 875 more words


The Belgariad

Pawn of prophecy / David * Eddings

Pawn of prophecy is the first of the Belgariad, a quintet of fantasy novels that are remarkable in their minimalism. 1,344 more words

Book Reviews

Friday Fictioneers, Halloween edition

’tis a tale for All Hallow’s Eve that I bring you today; a tale of two heroes, fearing nought.  T’was for Castle Iskar they searched, rumors of tremendous wealth had long washed down the mountains with the storms. 187 more words

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