Publish date: June 24th 2008
Pages no: 388
Edition language: English
Series: Havemercy (#1)
And technically, there were mechanical dragons in the book, but they were more props than the characters they deserved to be. The book was basically two parallel stories written together, each with their own pair of characters. The separate storylines were a bit too separate for me, while bein...
One of my all time favorite books. I loved everything about it- the characters, the plot, the whole world where the story takes place...My full review is here, on Hot Stuff for Cool People.
I haven't been reviewing books as I've read them, because I got out of the habit, but for this one I'll make an exception...So much about this book that could have been fantastic, so much potential in terms of world-building and character dynamics wasted as the backdrop for a romance between charact...
My full review can be found at SFF Book Review.This was a pleasant surprise. The cover and blurb are misleading - because this is neither a steampunk novel, nor is it epic fantasy about raging wars and bloodshed. It is a beautiful fantasy of manners, it contains a wonderful romance between two men, ...
It's clear this book was written by two people because the quality of the writing and planning was inconsistent. One moment the writing is lyrical and clever and the next it's a mess of stereotypes and cliches complete with an abundant abuse of the word 'rather'. The characters were colorful but une...