Centaur Aisle by Piers Anthony Piers Anthony‘s Centaur Aisle is one of his many Xanth books — Xanth being the magical land these stories are set in, filled with dragons, ogres, and really bad puns. Often the puns provide clues to the riddles and plot twists and sometimes it takes a while until you have enough information […]Read More
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Posted by Rebecca Fisher | Feb 7, 2008 | SFF Reviews | 0
Witch Week by Diana Wynne Jones So says the note that Mr Crossley finds hidden between the exercise books in class 2Y. In any other world, this would be seen as a harmless joke, but at Larwood House for witch orphans, in a world run by Inquisitors and where witch-burnings still take place, such things […]Read More
Posted by Rebecca Fisher | Jul 27, 2007 | SFF Reviews | 0
The Scions of Shannara by Terry Brooks “You Believe We Are the Ones for Whom the Trust was Intended…” Whether you love or hate Terry Brooks’s books, one thing is certain: that the four-part HERITAGE OF SHANNARA is the best of his fantasy series (though Running With the Demon is his best singular novel). Of […]Read More
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