The final battle was chaotic, as most big battles are. But Ragnarök must take place. All three books are immersive and well-written
The author assured me that this book was a translation of an epic poem called Jayaparajaya, retold so a layman like myself could understand it.
The story takes place in between worlds, where mortals walk among the gods. Each character is well-written and shows growth throughout their individual journey
The characters are well-written, especially the women. They are mothers, daughters & sisters, heroic & compassionate, as well as fierce warriors
The story is certainly captivating, but not as focused on the most interesting characters. The narrative does flow, and it’s an easy read
Rabbi Adam is awaiting a family wedding, when Lilith, an ancient evil, adducts his children. Rabbi Adam must create a golem and find his way to the underworld.
I understand that God of Neverland by Gama Ray Martinez is the first of a series, I’m sure the other books are going to be fascinating as well
Addie LaRue, a young French woman in 1714 makes a bargain with an ancient god, to live forever, but is forgotten by everyone she meets after they look away
Dellaria Wells, Delly, is a hard-drinking thief, about to be evicted from her apartment in Leiscourt. Delly is also a talented fire-witch, but has no idea how to hone her skills. Delly fast-talks herself into a good paying job, protecting a young rich lady from assassination.
The Tower of Fools by Andrzej Sapkowski (translated by David French) is a historical fantasy story taking place in the early 1500s, Poland. This novel is the first one in the Hussite Trilogy #1