So March has been sadly lacking in the reviews department – but this doesn’t mean I didn’t get through some great books! Just that my writing brain keeps letting me down. Thanks, writing brain. But I shall get past this, and until then we have recaps! Let’s take a look at what got done.
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 first part of Blood of Tyrants, we find Captain Laurence washed up on a Japanese shore with amnesia and a whole bunch of more immediate problems for good measure… This review covers the first 5 chapters of the book, and is brought to you by my increasingly conflicted feelings. Spoilers below.
In the final part of Crucible of Gold, emotional detachment seems to be the order of the day. This review is brought to you by weary reader caution. Spoilers below.
HOW IS IT MARCH. In other news, it’s March! Maybe now the weather will stop torturing me. Then again, I had hayfever symptoms yesterday so maybe it won’t. Heck. At least there will always be books to read! Let’s go over what February brought…
In the third part of Crucible of Gold … I don’t know what to make of any of this. This review covers chapters 9-12, and will contain major spoilers. Content note: for discussion of queerbaiting.
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.