The king is crowned, people are knighted, people are born, people die, people get hurt. In short, life goes on. People with magic conspire, get educated, get in trouble, try to learn from their mistakes, make new mistakes. This is very much a continuation of the saga. Disclaimer, I didn’t read the previous books, and … More The King’s Deryni by Katherine Kurtz
I enjoyed some of the books in this series, but this one took a boring turn halfway through. Could not finish.
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The Girl in the Tower (Winternight Trilogy #2) byKatherine Arden 4 Star. This series should keep going. Others, I should really stop reading. Carved in Flesh (Supernatural #12) by Tim Waggoner 3 star. Cold Fire (Supernatural #13) by John Passarella 3 Star. Closer to the Chest (Valdemar: The Herald Spy #3) byMercedes Lackey 2 … More SFF Series Keeps Going
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5 Mysteries, good better best, that I read while my big fat book was mislaid. Lord of the Wings by Donna Andrews My rating: 5 of 5 stars Yay, Meg the Lady Blacksmith is back at work with iron and the forge, not yay, it’s all off screen, yay again, her ironmongery is a vital … More Mystery Mix
If a white supremacist doesn’t want the black nurse touching the newborn, and then the newborn has an emergency, what is the correct action? Baby dies, and the drama starts. This is a book full of very realistic people. Sometimes, even when ordinary people go through extraordinary circumstances, they are still boring.