Book Series Review: His Dark Materials

Lyra’s friend Roger is kidnapped and she is adopted by Mrs Coulter, the leader of the Gobblers. Unbeknownst to Mrs Coutler, Lyra has an alethiometer, a truth-telling device that Lyra slowly learns how to use over time. Once Mrs Coutler is outed as the leader of the Gobblers, Lyra escapes and pursues the people who kidnapped Roger. … Read More >Book Series Review: His Dark Materials

Book Review: A Game of Thrones

After learning how bad it has gotten in King’s Landing, Ned uses all his power to try to fix the problems at hand. The King is irresponsible and Queen Cesei is plotting something. Can Ned hold the kingdom together or will it tear his friendship and his family apart? … Read More >Book Review: A Game of Thrones

Book Review: The Lady of the Lake

We meet with Ciri as she has traveled to another world. We are taken to the aftermath of the events and are left figuring out what happened. That is even more true when the story is being told by Condwiramurs and Nimue. They are trying to figure out what is myth and what is actually true in the story of Ciri and Geralt. Like that characters, we slowly learn what happened even though we see the results after the events that took place with Ciri and Geralt. … Read More >Book Review: The Lady of the Lake

Book Review: The Tower of Swallows

We also follow Geralt of Rivia and crew in their search for Ciri. They keep searching for Ciri but get caught up in their own adventures and they end up in the middle of the battle. Geralt is starting to let others in and trust them and not doing what we expect him to do. He is becoming more and human as the trials and tribulations pile up. … Read More >Book Review: The Tower of Swallows

Book Review: Baptism of Fire

Geralt of Rivia has been recovering in the forest of Brokolin while the world around him is at war. Nilfgard took the initiative and is winning the war so far. And they supposedly have Ciri. Geralt decides to travel to Nilfgard territory to somehow rescue her but he isn’t going alone. Old friends and new friends he makes along the way are there to help him with his journey and make him realize he doesn’t have to carry the burden alone. … Read More >Book Review: Baptism of Fire