Tag Archives: video game fantasy

Howling Legion by Marcus Melegrimas. More like a shout or two by a couple of loud people.

Recommended for: urban fantasy fans who love action (fans of the M-UF) Read on April 01, 2011 ★   ★  ★ A solid read for the male urban-fantasy type. With minimal Goodreads reviews at the time, I’ll go into a little … Continue reading

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The Way of Shadows by Brent Weeks

Read May to June 2011 Recommended for ?  ★    ★    Likeable, really, but something made this a hard book to delve into and get lost in the story. It could be the gritty scrabble of life in the mud … Continue reading

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Shadow’s Edge by Brent Weeks, or video game fantasy defined

Recommended for: fans of Glen Cook Read from January 15 to 22, 2012, read count: twice ★★ While Weeks is talented at developing the video game fantasy, a genre I am now officially defining for public benefit, it lacks most … Continue reading

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Beyond the Shadows by Brent Weeks or it’s time for us to part

Recommended for: no one, really Read from March 23 to May 12, 2012 ★ Some times, I just get profoundly disappointed. When that happens, it becomes quite a challenge to keep on with second, third and fourth chances, which is … Continue reading

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Prince of Thorns, or, Why I Do I Hate You?

  Recommended for: no one, really Read on January 10, 2012 ★   Here’s Cliff Notes to my review: The Blade Itself Lite, with significantly less character development, a typical revenge plot and little redemption. Feels suspiciously like watching a … Continue reading

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