The blurb for this book is very accurate as to the tone and feel of the book. It has all those epic fantasy tropes – a once great civilisation fallen to ruin, a loner adventure – but then it undercuts that with the “talk about a guilt trip” and introduces a more real grounded feel to the story, plus a bit of humour. And if I had to describe The Ninth Rain in a few words, then epic fantasy with added humour, would certainly be a large part of it.
The Copper Cat trilogy #1 Gallo has grown bored of waiting for his companions, Wydrin aka The Copper Cat and Sebastian the ex Ynnsmouth knight, and so has decided to venture into the caverns beneath the Citadel without them. He’s certain he will find whatever treasure they’ve been sent to find, or at least speed […]
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? […]