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Book Review: Dragon Slayer (Slayers & Protectors #1) by Kristin D. Van Risseghem

    Hi Carissimi, I have a special place in my reader’s heart for anything Dragon related, (it may or may not by connected to the fact I was born in the year of the dragon.) Today Dragon review is Dragon Slayer the first book in the Slayers and Protectors series by Kristin D. Van Risseghem.      Brooklyn is New York’s newest up-and-coming dragon slayer. Known as a the first Kill Shot in her year. […]

Unboxing: Book Box Club January 2019 Storytellers

Hi Carissimi,   The Book Box Club started 2019 off with a Storyteller themed box.    Great Writers Pencil Case by Laura Crow I love the design of the pencil-case, the colour choice is just as good as the author choice. The pencil-case fits a lot and keeps it shape. I fit really well into my work bag. (BTW I have a large work bag) Bronte Notebook by Literary Emporium This Bronte note-book is supper […]

Book Review: Slayer (Slayer #1) by Kiersten White

  Hi Cairde Daor,    Into every generation a Slayer is born, the first Slayer I knew about was Buffy. When I heard Kiersten White was writing a book in the universe, I knew I need to read Slayer and introduce myself to the next generation.      Twins Nina and Artemis are growing up at a Watchers Academy, hidden away from the world. Their mother is on the Watchers Council, she has pushed Artemis […]

Book Review: Bloodwitch (Witchland #3) by Susan Dennard

  Hello Mers Chers Amis,   The Witchlands series has been a firm favourite of mine since I picked up Truthwitch over 2 years ago. Aeduan ended up being a surprised favourite. When I heard that the third book would focus more on my favourite Bloodwitch, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on a copy.       Aeduan the Bloodwitch has teamed up with Iseult the Threadwitch to bring the magical girl […]

Book Review: The Ruin of Kings (A Chorus of Dragons # 1) by Jenn Lyons

  Hi Priy Mitron, First book in February that I have finished is The Ruin of Kings by Jenn Lyons.    Kihrin is a bastard orphan who grew up in a brothel, singing tales of long-lost princes and grand quests.   His life changes when he is claimed as a prince against his will. His “father” is a treasonous prince and someone Kihrin hopes he isn’t really related too.The life of a long-lost prince isn’t what […]