I am absolutely t(h)orn about ending A Dauntless Path. At the one hand I am so happy for Intisar that the journey of these books with traditional publishing has happened despite running into some kinks. But on the other hand I am just sad to say goodbye to this world for now.
This Vicious Grace has a similar kind of start to another book I read earlier this year. But where that book left me dissapointed, this book I truly enjoyed reading.
For the Throne is the sequel to For the Wolf and set close to the ending of that. With the Kings having been kept in the shadowlands, a new problem arises for Red and Wol.f Her sister has gone into the Shadowlands. And with her is Solmir, the guy who betrayed her in the above world. While Red is doing everything in her power to bring her back, Neve is finding a whole new problem in the Shadowlands. It is dying…
From Bad to Cursed is the companion and sequel to Payback’s A Witch. This time we follow Isadora and Rowan who we already briefly met in the first book. When a necromatic curse is flung at a Thorn member it is up to Isa and Rowan to figure out who did it. And not kill each other in the process.
In the last few years one of my absolute favorite books has been Foundryside. So it is with a fondness and a bit of sadness that I read this book, knowing I had to say goodbye to this world and characters. I loved Foundryside and Shorefall and so it was hard for this book to live up to that. It didn’t. Not quite. But it is still a good conclusion to this trilogy.
The Cemeteries of Amalo series is a companion to The Goblin Emperor in which we follow the Witness for the Dead Celehar. The Grief of Stones is the second story. If you are looking for soul warming and character focus fantasy this is a great series for you.
The plot in itself wasn’t quite as interesting as the dressing up was. I loved reading it for the characters that I have grown to love.
Does Seasonal Fear live up to its expectations?
The Hunger of the Gods is an epic banger with more Gods and more epic Orka.
Sometimes when you have a series and you start it with all the parts already in your hands, you end up binge reading a series. I will also have you know that entirely blame this on Imyril as she is the whole reason I bought this trilogy in ebook last year… In the Dominion of… Continue reading The Dominion of the Fallen | Series Review | #WyrdandWonder