The Empire of Ashes by Anthony Ryan

A good end to the series. I won’t go too much into plot it being the third and final book but things start where they left off at the end of the second book, continuing with the four POV’s. Clay is almost unrecognisable as the guy from the first book. Lizanne is possibly even better. …

The Legion of Flame by Anthony Ryan

So this book took the story to a whole new level. We have the same POV’s as the last book, with one addition, a very minor character from the first book who gives us perspective from the ‘bad’ point of view. It is necessary as the first book was all concentrated on the one area, …

The Waking Fire by Anthony Ryan

I was a little hesitant about starting this series as though I really enjoyed the first two books of Raven’s Shadow, I really disliked Queen of Fire. However I’d heard some good things about this book and thought it was unfair to not read an author based on one book I didn’t like considering the …

The Autumn Republic by Brian McClellan

I still have some quibbles with this series but I really enjoyed this concluding volume. I think this whole series only takes place over something like six months, so the pace has been pretty relentless and this book is no exception. I’m not going to go into too much plot details for fear of spoilers …

The Crimson Campaign by Brian McClellan

Another enjoyable entry in the series. We start off shortly after the events of the first book. Taniel is recovering from his injuries. Tamas is dealing with an impending Kez invasion. Adamat is still trying to get all of his family back and Nila is captive of Lord Vetas. Like the previous book the pace …

Promise of Blood by Brian McClellan

So this book starts straight into the action, there’s no messing about. We meet our main protagonist, Tamas, a general, as he’s overthrown the monarchy in a French style revolution. He plans to guillotine the King, the Queen and most of the nobility, for the ‘good of the people’. Believe me I’m not giving anything …

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