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The High Lord: The Black Magician Trilogy Book Thr&hellip by Trudi Canavan
In all honesty, this trilogy is amazing! Trudi Canavan has made herself one of the most highly esteemed fiction writers with this debut trilogy full of magic and mystery. It is a classic for any fantasy reader. Timeless.

As the last in the trilogy, The High Lord had to live up to the level set by The Novice and The Magician's Guild, both of which were brilliant. And it succeeded. Full of the characters we loved and with a deeper plot, the story presented a gripping and entertaining read. I loved to read the development of the mysterious Akkarin and the development of his and Sonea's relationship. Finally the questions were answered but they only led deeper into a twisted plot of… Read more
Apocalypse by Tim Bowler
Apocalypse by Tim Bowler
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars It's all over.., 29 Nov 2009
I have read only two other Tim Bowler novels- Starseeker and Storm Catchers- and enjoyed them both immensely, so I had high hopes for Apocalypse. Sadly, I was disappointed. The beginning was good, it got me interested and looked promising; the middle put me to sleep, almost to the point when I contemplated giving up; but the end was just plain confusing.

The story follows Kit and his parents as they are stranded on an uncharted island, with some inhospitable islanders. Like I said the start was good but then in the middle it felt like nothing happened and everything happened. I think that half the book was just kit thinking how bad everything was and how he wanted to die… Read more
The Soul Trade by E E Richardson
The Soul Trade by E E Richardson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The Soul Trade is E.E. Richardson's fourth novel and it did not disappoint me. Though I don't think it is as good as The Devil's Footsteps or The Intruders, both of which I loved, it still presented suspenseful and enjoyable read.

Nick Spenser is looking for a birthday present for his step mum and stumbles across Bargains, an old and hidden shop. There he finds thousands of glass orbs, each containing an impossibly real image. The shopkeeper, Mr Grey, offers Nick a trade: an orb for one of his sketches. Nick is more than happy to oblige. But later he finds out that his drawing skills have vanished. But that is just the start of his problems, as he is then forced into working for… Read more