A Warrior and Wife in an Upside Down World: a Review of M. L. Wang’s The Sword of Kaigen

I have never read a self-published book before and when I asked for recommendations, this one title floated above the rest. The Sword of Kaigen is a fantasy standalone book set in M. L. Wang’s Theonite sci-fi series, and all I knew about it going in is that it is a war story (as itContinue reading “A Warrior and Wife in an Upside Down World: a Review of M. L. Wang’s The Sword of Kaigen”

Murcatto’s Seven and Her Grand Tour of Revenge and Mayhem: a Review of Joe Abercrombie’s Best Served Cold

You were a hero round these parts. That’s what they call you when you kill so many people the word murderer falls short. I remember reading the entire original First Law trilogy more than 10 years ago and loving it but with the passage of time, I retained only the barest skeleton of the books’Continue reading “Murcatto’s Seven and Her Grand Tour of Revenge and Mayhem: a Review of Joe Abercrombie’s Best Served Cold”

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