Eva Schwanenflugel

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (13 of 15)
Location: Denmark
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 135,395 - Total Helpful Votes: 13 of 15
The Wise Man's Fear (The Kingkiller Chronicle) by Patrick Rothfuss
First of all, I couldnt wait to get my hands on the follower to the first book in the chronicles, "The Name of the Wind". I flew into a rage when the mailman failed to deliver "Wise Mans Fear" at the date stipulated, and wrote an angry note to my local post office. BECAUSE: These books are the BEST since J.R.R.Tolkiens "Lord of the Ring" trilogy, and G.R.R.Martins "A Song of Ice and Fire" chronicles, (or as the HBO TV-series is called, "Game of Thrones".)
Some reviews have even compared the "Kingkiller Chronicles" to Harry Potter, because our main character, Kvothe, for a while attends a University where - supposedly - all knowledge is… Read more
Inheritance: Book Four (The Inheritance cycle) by Christopher Paolini
The "Inheritance Cycle" (4 books in all,) is an extremely fulfulling fantasy on all counts ; the individual characters, the landscape/map, the various races and their cultures, etc. We have large battlescenes, but also longed for discovery within the land. And within our favorite persons. No mistake, this is a "getting of age" tale for all involved, especially for Eragon and his beloved dragon Saphira of course, but also Arya, the elf woman who was responsible for bringing Saphiras egg to Eragon in the first place, as well as the leader of the Varden, Nasuada, and Eragons cousin Roran.
In book 4, "Inheritance", Christopher Paolini really surprises with his… Read more
Game of Thrones A-Z by Martin Howden
Game of Thrones A-Z by Martin Howden
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Movie Buff, 8 July 2013
I liked it, but there were obvious errors all along. However, this book was entertaining, and I do not regret buying it.