Publish date: November 7th 2013
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Magic Ex Libris (#2)
Still loving the story of someone who can use books and ideas as weapons, this one has a slightly different twist and it's interesting.Looking forward to more.
As much as I liked Libriomancer and loved its world, Codex Born and I didn't get a good start. The reason is in the multiple first person voices. What I expect from a second book in a series is to learn more about the characters and their relationships interspaced the book specific plot, but I also ...
All I can think of is the Goblin King in Labyrinth: “Such a pity.” Creative ideas, a streamlined plot, a love of books–all are fabulous ideas, and all undermined by cumbersome execution. I really want to like this series–I like Jim Hines‘ public persona, I really do, particularly his willingness to ...
I'm really enjoying this series; it's just so much fun. The magic and rules of libriomancy are the stuff of a book geek's dream. The ability to pull things out of books and use them, there are plenty of swords, ray guns and other weapons but some of it is a lot more subtle. Jeneta's ability with ...
Another fun filled installment in Magic ex libris series. I love the concept of a libriomancer- someone who can bring forth objects from a book. The pacing is well done here as well as the slow methodical dishing out of the backstory. Hines gives you just enough to question what you already know and...