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Book Review: The Bitter Twins by Jen Williams

The Bitter Twins, released tomorrow but gratefully received from Netgalley,┬áis the second book in Jen Williams' Winnowing Flame Trilogy, following on from The Ninth Rain (find my review here). The Jure'lia have returned, but Ebora is not as it once was, and though The Ninth Rain has fallen, the war beasts have hatched too early… Continue reading Book Review: The Bitter Twins by Jen Williams

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Book Review: The Ninth Rain by Jen Williams

In The Ninth Rain, first in The Winnowing Flame Trilogy, Jen Williams brings a fresh and unique story to the fantasy genre; a book that strides across epic fantasy and probes the boundaries into sci-fi. The Eboran Empire was Sarn's first line of defense against their ancient foe, the Jure'lia. Over centuries, they would send… Continue reading Book Review: The Ninth Rain by Jen Williams

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Book Review: The Silver Tide by Jen Williams

Grazing your arm from palm to elbow, you slide around the corner and take shelter behind the wall. You shake the shower of dust and detritus from your hair and dodge the half a brick that topples from the crumbling top of your refuge. All around you is utter chaos; the city is transformed by… Continue reading Book Review: The Silver Tide by Jen Williams

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Book Review: The Iron Ghost by Jen Williams

You've been trudging through the slush and cold for days. You're shaking with exhaustion, your extremities tingling in a sensation akin to burning. Stumbling into base-camp, you're grateful you made it before nightfall. The flames of the camp fire are a welcome sight after endless days of blinding snow, of mountains looming over you, of… Continue reading Book Review: The Iron Ghost by Jen Williams

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Book Review: The Copper Promise by Jen Williams

It's the kind of bar where they keep the lights down low so you can't see how murky the beer is. The air is thick and the wine thin. You stumble down the steps, make your way through the clusters of clientele, wondering why it had to be this particular establishment; when a chair is… Continue reading Book Review: The Copper Promise by Jen Williams