The Shadow of the Gods by John Gwynne Review

Hello all! Welcome to the latest review here on the Swordsmith blog, westu hal to you.  I am sure you all have a TBR pile of books right?  Well I am painfully aware of mine and trying my best to make my way through it, it’s work in progress but getting there.  Needless to sayContinue reading “The Shadow of the Gods by John Gwynne Review”

Child of Etherclaw by Matty Roberts review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith book blog. Today’s book of choice is Child of Etherclaw by Matty Roberts,  which I was given a free copy of from BookSirens. The book blurb looked really interesting and it looked like something I might love. The premise The bonds of familyContinue reading “Child of Etherclaw by Matty Roberts review”

Game of Mass Destruction by Chloe Gilholy review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith book blog. Today’s book of choice is Game of Mass Destruction by Chloe Gilholy, which was offered to me by her agent. I loved the premise, and I accepted the offer. The Premise Yuzuko’s perfect world is disturbed when she is forced toContinue reading “Game of Mass Destruction by Chloe Gilholy review”

Initiate by Jenny Sandiford review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith book blog. Today’s book of choice is Initiate by Jenny Sandiford, which is the first book in The Shadow Atlas series. The book is a new adult book, focusing on a young magician, a magic school and the dangers revolving around it. It’sContinue reading “Initiate by Jenny Sandiford review”

The World Breaker Requiem by Luke Tarzian review

Hello!  Welcome to the latest post here on the Swordsmith blog, westu hal to you.  I am delighted to be working with The Write Reads once again, and what a book I am finally reviewing for you all today!  I have been following this author for sometime, he is an author that takes dreams, nightmaresContinue reading “The World Breaker Requiem by Luke Tarzian review”

The Blood of Outcasts by D.A. Smith review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of the Swordsmith book blog. Today’s book of choice is The Blood of Outcasts by D.A. Smith, which was offered to me through the blog by the author. It definitely seemed like something I might really like, so I accepted the offer. The Premise What ifContinue reading “The Blood of Outcasts by D.A. Smith review”

The 13th Zodiac by L Krauch review

Hello!  Welcome to the latest post here on the Swordsmith blog, westu hal to you.  I am delighted to be working with Escapist Book Tours once again, hats off to Justin and Sarah for having me along.  I have a review of something very special today, as I am joining along for the blog tourContinue reading “The 13th Zodiac by L Krauch review”

The Nexus Games by Shami Stovall review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith book blog. Today’s book of choice is The Nexus Games by Shami Stovall. I was happy to be approved for the digital arc trough BookSirens, because the synopsis of the book really looked like something I might absolutely love. The premise Special ForcesContinue reading “The Nexus Games by Shami Stovall review”

The Stones of Valtara by Christopher Clargo review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith book blog. Today I’m featuring The Stones of Valtara, a fantasy novel written by Christopher Clargo. I requested a free digital copy trough BookSirens, because it looked interesting enough to give it a try. The Premise They stole everything and forced him onContinue reading “The Stones of Valtara by Christopher Clargo review”

Three Immortals by Bert-Oliver Boehmer review

Hello and welcome to the first review in 2022 in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith book blog. I’ll be starting with a sci-fi book titled Three Immortals by Bert-Oliver Boehmer, which I was provided with a free digital copy of by the agent Henry Roi. The Premise Extra-galactics ravaged the Milky Way and humans sawContinue reading “Three Immortals by Bert-Oliver Boehmer review”