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Moth and Spark by

Moth and Spark by Anne Leonard

Prince Corin has been chosen. He doesn’t remember, but the dragons have chosen him to free them, until he is ready however he will not remember that fact. All he knows is that something happened, and his memory is acting up. Upon his return to Caithen he also learns that war may be coming. Actually, war is pretty certain to

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The dragon’s path by

dragons path

Book one of The Dagger and the Coin Read because of Carl’s Group Read The prologue of The dragon’s path hints at an ancient evil, at the end of the world, but for the rest of the book that fact gets very little attention. Instead we get to meet a variety of characters, from Marcus the mercenary captain with a

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The hobbit : An unexpected journey [based on the book by] by dir. by

The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey poster

I really have no idea where to start this review. I mean, there is no point in recapping the plot is there? Either you’ve read the book, or see LOTR, or heard somewhere else that “In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit” and how he went on adventures with some dwarves looking. I can’t imagine there are

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The Dragon Reborn by

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Book three of The Wheel of Time spoiler warning in effect for this and *previous* titles in the series. At the end of book two Rand proclaimed himself the Dragon Reborn, but he is still in denial, and wants to prove it. One way or the other. So he decides he will force one of the prophecies to come through.

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The Great Hunt by

The great hunt by Robert Jordan

Book Two of The Wheel of Time/p> spoiler warning in effect All our characters are back together at the beginning of this book, in Fal Dara, resting and recuperating after the end of The Eye of the World. There is a lot for them to deal with, more for some than others, but they all have “issues” of their own

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The eye of the world by

The eye of the world - Robert Jordan

Book one of The Wheel of Time In a quiet back water village strange things are stirring. It has been a hard winter, harder than any can recall, and spring is long overdue. What news there is from the world at large is dark and troublesome. Wars, winter, and a false Dragon. But the people of the Two Rivers are

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The way of Thorn and Thunder by

way of thorn and thunder

Over a thousand years ago the first Human came to Everland. And that led to the Melding; the Human world crashed into the Folk world and out of the destruction both worlds were now joined. Ever since the Folk have suffered in various degrees. Their customs and ways looked down on by the humans, and the “unhumans” themselves regarded as

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A more diverse universe blog tour

Default fox is the defaults - Image taken from page 40 of 'Travels in Africa during the years 1875-1878 (1879-1883-1882-1886) ... from The British Library

Today, being the 27th of September is supposed to be the day that I post my review of The Way of Thorn and Thunder: The Kynship Chronicles’ by Daniel Heath Justice. But I was stupid and didn’t consider the fact that this is a trilogy of books published in one book and so, it is in fact, quite long. So

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The gathering of the lost dir. by

Gathering Of The Lost - Helen Lowe

Book two of The Wall of Night. Read for the Once Upon a Time VI challenge Read the prologue here Five years have passed since the events of The Heir of Night so if I was to mention anything that happens I might actually spoil you. And I wouldn’t want to do that, would I? Suffice to say that there

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Heir of night by

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Book one of The Wall of Night series When I started reading this book, with it’s ancient evil and aristocracy fighting against the darkness, I thought it would be a very traditional type of epic fantasy. Not that there is anything wrong with that. If written well epic fantasy is awesome. Of course, written poorly it is horrendus. While there

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