On a dried-out, dying world called Skyland, a young man attempts to break free from the grip of extremism. Unfortunately, escaping from the planet doesn’t help him escape from the burden of who he is.
I recently had the pleasure of reading Marvel Comics: The Untold Story, and just to clarify the title, the review isn’t sad because the book was poorly written, it’s sad because it reveals the inner workings of a company known for making “funnybooks”, and it ain’t too funny at all.
Hey guys, here’s a quick review of a book I wanted to share with you. It’s called Stories About Things and I’ll tell you, the title does not lie!
The very first fantasy story I ever read was Lloyd Alexander’s The Black Cauldron. You know, the one they made the Disney movie out of? It was a part of his series The Chronicles of Prydain
I posted a half-assed review of Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time: The Gathering Storm on my other site here: http://www.fantasybookbanner.com/reviews/45-fantasy-reviews/100-wheel-of-time-the-gathering-storm-book-12-half-ass-review-and-commentary.html This one is the 12th book in the ridiculously long series, and it isn’t done yet. Arrgh.