By the Maiden, Mother and Hag – A review of Call of the Bone Ships by R J Barker

Hello and welcome to another review here on the Swordsmith blog, westu hal to you.  I do hope that you are reading something awesome and staying safe. I have a review today of Call of the Boneships, book 2 of The Tide Child trilogy by R J Barker – now The Bone Ships (book 1)Continue reading “By the Maiden, Mother and Hag – A review of Call of the Bone Ships by R J Barker”

Carrie Anne’s World: An Odyssey through Space and Time by Mark Whiteway review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section. Today I’ll be talking about Carrie Anne’s World by Mark Whiteway. I stumbled upon this book on BookSirens and the whole premise and idea behind it seemed so unique and interesting I had to request it. Luckily I was approved by the author and I’m gladContinue reading “Carrie Anne’s World: An Odyssey through Space and Time by Mark Whiteway review”

The Year Before the End by Vidar Hokstad review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith blog. Today’s book of choice is The Year Before the End by Vidar Hokstad, which was kindly offered to me by the author’s agent. Since it’s always a great time for a good sci-fi adventure, I couldn’t really pass it up. The premiseContinue reading “The Year Before the End by Vidar Hokstad review”

The Dharkan by Susana Imaginário review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section for The Swordsmith blog. Today I’ll be talking about a sequel to the book I read a few months ago and really loved it: The Dharkan by Susana Imaginário. Wyrd Gods was an amazing book (you can read the review here) and when the author offeredContinue reading “The Dharkan by Susana Imaginário review”

The Nameless and The Fallen by Scott Kaelen review

Hello and welcome to my latest review on the blog, westu hal to you and today I am bringing to you a review of one of the best books I have read this year!  The Nameless and The Fallen is hands down fantastic, when I learned through my book and twitter buddy Nick Borelli thatContinue reading “The Nameless and The Fallen by Scott Kaelen review”

The Sons of Mil by L.M. Riviere review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith blog. Today’s book of choice is The Sons of Mil by L.M. Riviere, which is a debut novel. I was given a free copy from BookSirens in exchange for an honest review. I took a chance with it because the premise sounded quiteContinue reading “The Sons of Mil by L.M. Riviere review”

Natural Born by Morgan Perryman review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith blog. Today I’ll be talking about a young adult book for a change called Natural Born by Morgan Perryman. I do love the occasional YA book and some light reading is always nice. The book blurb for Natural Born caught my attention asContinue reading “Natural Born by Morgan Perryman review”

Wyrd Gods by Susana Imaginário review

Hello and welcome to the Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith reviews. Today I’ll be talking about Wyrd Gods by Susana Imaginário. The book was offered to me and Peter by the author and I gladly took it. The book blurb promised a mix of Norse and Greek mythology and who wouldn’t love that? The PremiseContinue reading “Wyrd Gods by Susana Imaginário review”

The Pillar of Creation: Rising Shadows by Philip Blackwater review

Hello! Welcome to the latest review on the blog!  Westu Hal to you, I do hope that you are staying safe and reading something awesome!  I am bringing a review to you today of a one fantastic epic work of fantasy!  This book had everything I look for in epic fantasy, this is the beginningContinue reading “The Pillar of Creation: Rising Shadows by Philip Blackwater review”

Vultures by Luke Tarzian review

Welcome to the latest review on the blog, westu hal to you! I am delighted to be partnering with Justine and Timy from Storytellers on Tour for an incredible book! Welcome to my review of Vultures by Luke Tarzian,  a grand example of how to knock the ball out of the cricket pitch, into anotherContinue reading “Vultures by Luke Tarzian review”