Category: Fantasy Reviews

  • Brilliance of the Moon

    Brilliance of the Moon

    Brilliance of the Moon Lian Hearn The third volume of Tales of the Otori bring Takeo’s and Kaede’s story to a close after the winter spent at Tarayama monastery. Takeo doesn’t command the largest army and has the Tohan on one side and Arai of the Seishuu on the other. He has to develop a […]

  • Grass for his Pillow

    Grass for his Pillow

    Grass for his Pillow Lian Hearn The second volume picks after the traumatic events that concluded Across the Nightingale Floor that sent Takeo and Kaede in separate directions. Takeo has been taken by the Tribe to fulfil his destiny as heir to the powerful powers of his father, a famous assassin of the Kikuta family. […]

  • Across the Nightingale Floor

    Across the Nightingale Floor

    Across the Nightingale Floor Lian Hearn Across the Nightingale Floor is the first of a five part series named “Tales of the Otori”. The first three volumes include Grass for His Pillow and Brilliance of the Moon and can be read as a trilogy without needing to read the the final two volumes. The Otori […]

  • Gallant

    Gallant

    Gallant V.E. Schwab Gallant is a story of short, sharp chapters written in 6 parts. The edition is nicely illustrated with excerpts from a journal that the main characters mother left her. This is a treasured item that is interwoven throughout the story. It’s written as a Victorian ghost story of darkened corridors and gothic […]

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