What a beautiful cover, but you know the old adage about judging books… Advertisements
Recommended by the “Someone Else Is Reading It” Club. Couldn’t even finish it.
30 pages in, I give up. Story takes place in Albion, a common name for Merrie Olde England. Plot: Manly men fight, women are arm candy. I’ve met this plot before in The Last Kingdom (The Saxon Stories, #1) by Bernard Cornwell (my 5 star review here: https://bookcarouselblog.wordpress.com/2016/09/25/the-last-kingdom-by-bernard-cornwell/) I thought I’d love the book, … More The Wolf by Leo Carew
We’re putting the band back together… not the musical band. The war band. Why? Because one person’s daughter took up the warrior’s road and got well and truly trapped by a siege. Slogged through ~145 pages. Most boring book I’ve read in a long long time.
My hometown was freezing… so what better than to read a voyage through the frozen North? Couldn’t figure out why I wasn’t getting into it until someone looked at a pic of ‘the girlfriend.’ I’ve gotten used to books where women take an active role, not staying home to be ‘the girlfriend.’ Oh. So that’s … More Farthest North by Fridtjof Nansen
I used to read lots of sword-and-sorcery, and this book has some of my favorite authors… I was so bored.
I enjoyed some of the books in this series, but this one took a boring turn halfway through. Could not finish.