In the first part of Within the Sanctuary of Wings, I may not be ready to say goodbye to Lady Trent, but I am so ready for one last big hurrah, dragon naturalist style! Spoiler alert!
In the third part of Blood of Tyrants, Will remembers himself – and all we get is angst. Thanks. This review covers chapters 12-16, and will contain spoilers.
In the second part of Blood of Tyrants, there’s a reunion, and an assassination attempt, and can someone please punch Hammond already? This review is brought to you by restless fidgeting.
In the second part of Crucible of Gold, things get hairy as Laurence and company are forcibly marooned and have to figure out how to save themselves. Then things get hairier when Iskerkia is left unsupervised… This review is brought to you by a lot of God Damn It Iskerkia.
In the first part of Crucible of Gold, just when Will thought he was out – they pull him back in. This review is brought to you by my return to the comfort zone!
In the third and final parts of Tongues of Serpents, not very much is all right. This review is brought to you by a surprising amount of reader dissatisfaction.
In the second part of Tongues of Serpents, travel gets tough for our heroes as Australia does that ARGH I WILL KILL YOU thing that it does. Oh, and something is picking off their party members one by one. Creepy unknown threat: check. *Cough*TAKE RANKIN*cough* This review was brought to you by fresh bouts of […]
Forgive the two-part review this time around; I have admittedly been rather low on spoons lately and I’m only just starting to gather more. As a result I let some blogging duties pile up, and now I’m trying to play catch-up in order to have a clear slate for SciFi Month next month. (Which […]
In the second part of Victory of Eagles, Temeraire’s Army goes to war on the French, while a very different kind of battle is undertaken with the British government… This review is brought to you by my vicious satisfaction. Spoiler alert!
In the first part of Victory of Eagles, we finally get to see the world through Temeraire’s eyes – and at a time when the world has never been more grey… This review is brought to you by my bottomless well of Muskedragon love. Spoiler alert!