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BOOK TRAVELING THURSDAY: SWORD AND SORCERY

Book Traveling Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Catia and Danielle.  Each week everyone picks a book related to that week’s theme, then you write a blog post explaining explain why you choose that book and spotlight all the different … Continue reading

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ALMURIC by ROBERT E. HOWARD

Almuric by Robert E. Howard Genre: Science Fiction — Sword and Planet Series: Stand Alone Novel Publisher: First Published 1939 Length: 155 pages My Rating: 3 out of 5 stars. Whenever I write a review on a Robert E. Howard … Continue reading

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TOUGH TRAVELING — NORTHERN BARBARIANS

Every Thursday, Nathan over at Fantasy Review Barn hosts a weekly party where blogs get to follow along with Diana Wynne Jones’ hilarious book The Tough Guide to Fantasyland: The Essential Guide to Fantasy Travel listing their favorite books with … Continue reading

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Hawks of Outremer by Robert E. Howard

Hawks of Outremer by Robert E. Howard Genre: Historical Fiction — Medieval Crusades Series: Stand Alone Novel Publisher: Donald M. Grant Publishers (1979) Length: 165 pages My Rating: 3 out of 5 stars. Robert E. Howard was one of those … Continue reading

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Fantasy Violence: Too Realistic or Not?

Many reviewers believe fantasy has become too violent, too ultra-realistic in that violence. Many of those critics point to Mark Lawrence’s series The Broken Empire as a prime example of their premise. Since Emperor of Thrones was released today, I … Continue reading

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