The Rage of Dragons by Evan Winter

A young man dedicates himself to avenging his father’s death, though he may lose his humanity in the process. The story suffers from an overdose of Capitalized Words, many rather similar, which is slightly off-putting. However, it’s worth persevering. The central character’s single-minded quest is engaging and the world-building has points of interest. In practice

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Book Review: And I Darken (The Conqueror’s Saga ) by Kiersten White (4/5)

 YA Fantasy (Alternative History, Apparently.) I saw this book among the “because you read such and such,” on Goodreads. I assumed it fantasy because the book it compared it to was fantasy, so I expected fantasy, you know – magic, dragons, vampires – in the spirit of Dracula. I expected more of an alternative history

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F*** You Very Much by Danny Wallace (Review)

Sent To Me By Ebury Press In Exchange For An Honest Review 31.05.2018 / Ebury Press / Non Fiction / Paperback / 352pp / 978-0091919092 4/5 Target Audience: Those who enjoy psychological and sociological views on human interaction (in this case rudeness) and want to make the world a much less inconsiderate place. About F***……

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