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Book Review: Lord Of Emperors

Lord Of Emperors (The Sarantine Mosaic #2), by Guy Gavriel Kay This book provides a great deal of the payoff from the previous volume and suggests a somewhat different historical timeline than existed thanks to some changes.  Indeed, those who … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sailing To Sarantium

Sailing To Sarantium (The Sarantine Mosaic #1), by Guy Gavriel Kay I could not help but be a bit bored of this book.  While I do not think this is a bad book, I do not think that this book’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Darkest Road

The Darkest Road (The Fionavar Tapestry #3), by Guy Gavriel Kay This is supposed to be the last novel in an epic fantasy series, but I just did not feel that this novel was all that compelling of a read.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Summer Tree

The Summer Tree (The Fionavar Tapestry #1), by Guy Gavriel Kay I’m glad I read this book (and its companion volume in this series that my library had, review forthcoming) after having read a few of the author’s other more … Continue reading

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Book Review: Children Of Earth And Sky

Children Of Earth And Sky, by Guy Gavriel Kay In many ways this is a deeply interesting novel, and it illustrates the author openly seeking to pursue a variety of agendas.  Some of these agendas are ones I can wholeheartedly … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Last Light Of The Sun

The Last Light Of The Sun, by Guy Gavriel Kay By the time one has read five novels by the same author, one can understand pretty easily if one is going to like them or not, considering that authors tend … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Brightness Long Ago

A Brightness Long Ago, by Guy Gavriel Kay This book is clearly part of a larger set of novels.  Although this is the first of the novels by the author that I have read that has focused in his fictionalized … Continue reading

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Book Review: River Of Stars

River Of Stars (Under Heaven #2), by Guy Gavriel Kay This book was a deeply moving and sad one.  Interestingly enough, the author takes as his inspiration a tragic period in Chinese history when the folly of the Song Dynasty’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: Under Heaven

Under Heaven (Under Heaven #1), by Guy Gavriel Kay I was informed about this particular series by a coworker of mine, and this book is the first of the author’s thirteen books in our library system that I was able … Continue reading

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Book Review: Jeanne

Jeanne:  A Journey From Abandonment And Abuse To Forgiveness And Truth, by Sylvia Hornback [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Adams PR Group. All thoughts and opinions are my own.] There are many different kinds of fiction … Continue reading

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