The first book in this loosely-connected series was my first touch of Sci-Fi/Fantasy mix. The second book followed a new set of characters and an old enemy. This one takes place 200 years later, with (almost) all-new cast.Continue reading
Fantasy literature often features creatures with lifespan significantly exceeding the lifespan of a human. In today’s post, I’ll look into some of the challenges it brings.
Warning: this post will be heavy on biological aspects of procreation. If you are afraid of science mingling with fiction, or uncomfortable around procreational topics, you might want to walk away.Continue reading
One of the themes sometimes appearing in fantasy are half-bloods/half-breeds/hybrids (whichever term you prefer), most often between different humanoid species. Today, I’ll share my thought about them.Continue reading
The third book of Arenson’s Dawn of Dragons trilogy keep the pace – as well as the violence and blood flow – of the previous two books.Continue reading
After a break, I’m back to pleasure-reading and another review. This time, I delved into the first book of Daniel Arenson’s ‘Dawn of Dragons’ series, Requiem’s song.Continue reading
After almost a month of break, partially caused by the heatwave, I returned to reading, with the intent to read the last book of The Lost Prophecy series. And the readthrough was as awift as the pause was long.Continue reading