I am enjoying the characters and the world building of this series. I would highly recommend to all the fantasy/urban fantasy lovers out there. There has always been a line between humans and terra indigene who subtlely control the natural world, but some humans are beginning to stir up unrest. They want more: more land, […]
Category: Urban Fantasy
I would highly recommend giving Anne Bishop and her The Others series a try. Such fascinating world building, appealing characters and just a hint of romance to spice it up.
I am so happy that I delayed in picking up this series. It was awesome to binge the whole thing. This was a great finale to the trilogy, and there is now going to be a novella and a connected trilogy feature Nevada’s younger sister starting by the end of the year.
I was drawn in from the opening scene. While this book is set in the same world building as the Others series, this is the book one in a spinoff.
I was so happy to see another Witchless in Seattle story had come out and that is why it is so much worse when the story was disappointing.
This series is good but just too short to be great.
Hugh d’Ambray is the villian everyone loves to hate but he has met his equal in Elara Harper. Watching these two fight each other for dominance is almost as exciting at the supernatural attacks where they need to join forces to protect their people.
Book 2 was much better than Book 1 but again I split between the pluses and the minuses for this series. In Fool Moon, when Kim Delaney, another magic user, consults with Harry about a complicated binding circle, Harry refuses to help and warns her away becausing she is not strong enough to hold […]
I have to be honest and say if this was the only book in the series out so far, I would walk away without looking back. The story was okay. The main character was a wizard who really didn’t impress me with his powers and the world building and storyline had some series flaws.
Ragnarok is here. The battle is on as all the Gods join forces with our favorite red-headed druid to protect Gaia from the destructive power of Loki and Hell. This is the final chapter of the Iron Druid Chronicles and I loved and hated every moment. *ugly cry*