The Unbroken by C.L. Clark

I read half of this book yesterday and half of it today. What made this 545 page military fantasy such a pager-turner for me? The details... Tour has returned to the place of her birth after twenty-some years as a soldier in the conqueror's army. And even after thwarting an assassination attempt on their arrival,... Continue Reading →

Seven Deaths of an Empire by G.R. Matthews

A blood-stained, Roman inspired fantasy that captures the grittiness of so many of my favorite series. Two threads. Two learned mentors, and two pupils. A legendary general trying to teach the Emperor's heir the basics of governing. Yet, arrogance and ego stand in the way of true service to the kingdom... General Bordan has quite... Continue Reading →

The Helm of Midnight by Marina Lostetter

I love the idea of enchantments and enchanted items... swords and medallions and in the case of The Helm of Midnight, masks! In Lostetter's outstanding debut novel, individual's essence can be trapped in a mask before they die and the power will last within the vessel forever. If a healer allows their essence to be... Continue Reading →

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