Comments on the Lord of the Rings and Reading Great Works

Image from Goodreads. There is so much that could or should be said on these books, and so much that has already been said. I am not sure I have much in the way of new insight to add to this series, at least not right now. And what of a review? How does one …

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Review: The Triumvirs

Image from danieldydek.com Author: Daniel Dydek A world of adventure, lore, mystery, troubled pasts, and a future yet to be seen. I was introduced to the world of the Triumvirs earlier this year, but I only just recently caught up to the current point in the series. Above are the first three books (the third …

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Comments on the “Dresden Files”

I decided about a week ago to pick up Jim Butcher's Dresden Files series again after not looking at them for about a year. My husband had read the series and said that I would really like them. While he was correct on other series suggested to me, such as the Codex Alera  and Wheel of Time, I did not …

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Review: The Kingdom Series

While the books were a gift to my brother and not for me, one of my favorite series in middle school and high school was Chuck Black's The Kingdom Series. While this series is a little different than what most might expect, a few people have asked me to write about a decent, well-grounded novel or …

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Review: The Wheel of Time

About a year ago I was introduced to a series of books called The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan. They are some hefty books, with thirteen in all, one prequel, and each numbering in the hundreds of pages. Still, if you are one who loves to read, enjoys fantasy, and appreciates good writing, these are …

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