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Tendrils of Darkness — Epilogue

Epilogue   With No Man’s Land finally behin...

Tendrils of Darkness — Chapter 50: Final Confrontation

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Review: All Those Vanished Engines by Paul Park

by Ben

I don’t really know how else to say it, but All Those Vanished Engines was a frustrating book for me to read. It started off well, as the story of a girl in an alternate version of the South, sometime after the end of the Civil War. Interspersed with scenes from her life are fictional […]

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BFB Moderators Best of 2014

by Ben

Laurentius’s List Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson My favourite of 2014. WoR, like Way of Kings, is a huge monster of a book. I loved it nearly as much as I did Way of Kings. The continuation of the story of Kaladin Stormblessed is almost as good as the WoK. I have never been a […]

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Review: American Craftsmen by Tom Doyle

by Ben

American Craftsmen was an interesting read, and exceeded my expectations. The cover is awful and the blurb tells you a whole bunch of names and is confusing. So I will make up my own hopefully less confusing one. The American army is aided in its effort to protect itself from bad things and bad people […]

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Review: The Waking Engine by David Edison

by Ben

In The Waking Engine, when you die, you wake up on another world, in your body and clothes, perhaps a few years younger or older. After many lives, people arrive in the City Unspoken, where they will Die (no more waking in other worlds). People remember the details of all their past “lives.” Further, true […]

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Review: The Golden Arrow by Anna Redmond

by Ben

If I had had to rate this book after only having read two thirds of it, I wouldn’t have been kind. But now that I have seen how the various elements are starting to come together, I’ve had a change of heart. It’s more complex and less predictable than I originally thought. And I do […]

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