Monday, August 18, 2014
Wolfsbane by Briggs is a good book that she wrote at the beginning of her career that was rewritten for her fans later on. I'm happy with them. I hope she is.
Monday, August 11, 2014
Monster Hunter Legion by Larry Correia
Monster Hunter Legion by Larry Correia. I love how each one of these has an ending you could live with. I wonder if Correia was ever burned by a book that didn't have a clean ending and the author never wrote another. I'm super glad that Correia isn't planning on this book being the ending since I really enjoy these books.
Monday, August 04, 2014
Dead Ever After by Charlane Harris
This is the last book in Harris's Sookie books. I loved these books and I will sadly miss them but at the same time I am glad she ended it on a good note and didn't just keep milking the series cow. It would suck if these had gone on long enough for me to hate them. Good job Charlane Harris. I hope you see this since I know a lot of fan didn't take it so well. Good job at knowing when to end it and you did a very good job.
Monday, July 28, 2014
Masques by Patricia Briggs
Masques by Briggs is a redo of a old book that didn't fill it's writers desires. Briggs got the chance to rewrite these books and rerelease them. I think they were pretty good but still obviously from the early years of her career. They were very worth the read.
Monday, July 21, 2014
Monster Hunter Alpha by Larry Correia
Book three in the series that feels like each book could stand alone if it needed too. Book five just came out a few weeks ago. It appears that eight books are planned. I'm crossing my fingers for more. I love these books enough that release dates have been entered into my calendar. By now you should know what they're about. Normal every day people fight monsters. Some monsters fight monsters. What would you do when faced with a reality where monsters are real?
Monday, July 14, 2014
Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson
Would there be superhero's if people were granted powers or just super villains? I like to think that people could overcome. Find out what Brandon Sanderson thinks in Steelheart.