Exile’s Valor by Mercedes Lackey Exile’s Valor (2003) is the sequel to Exile’s Honor (which is the best VALDEMAR novel I’ve read so far). Both of these books are prequels to Mercedes Lackey’s first VALDEMAR trilogy (HERALDS OF VALDEMAR). You should read Exile’s Honor before starting Exile’s Valor but you don’t need to read any […]Read More
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Posted by Rebecca Fisher | Sep 3, 2018 | SFF Reviews | 0
Wavesong & The Stone Key by Isabelle Carmody Every book in Isabelle Carmody‘s THE OBERNEWTYN CHRONICLES is longer than the one before, which accounts for the splitting of the fifth volume into two parts. Though The Stone Key (2008) was originally published by Penguin as a singular book, American publisher Random House divided it into Wavesong and […]Read More
Posted by Jesse Hudson | Oct 14, 2014 | SFF Reviews | 0
Inversions by Iain M. Banks Like Excession, Use of Weapons, and The Player of Games, Iain M. Banks’ 1998 Inversions continues to prove that the reader should expect the unexpected because, with Inversions, Banks explicitly aimed to write “a CULTURE novel that wasn’t a CULTURE novel.” It is likely to be categorized as fantasy by someone who knows nothing of […]Read More
Posted by Kat Hooper | Nov 7, 2012 | SFF Reviews | 4
The Crystal City by Orson Scott Card The Crystal City is the (maybe) final novel in Orson Scott Card’s TALES OF ALVIN MAKER. This series started off strongly with Seventh Son and Red Prophet, but it bogged down during books three and four (Prentice Alvin and Alvin Journeyman) and I was ready to give up. […]Read More
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