Learn more Shop now Learn more Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Learn More Shop now Shop now Learn more Shop Fire Shop Kindle Amazon Music Unlimited for Family Shop now Fitbit
Profile for storm shadow > Reviews

Personal Profile

Content by storm shadow
Top Reviewer Ranking: 7,733,317
Helpful Votes: 3

Learn more about Your Profile.

Reviews Written by
storm shadow "storm" (ireland)

Show:  
Page: 1
pixel
Seal of the Worm (Shadows of the Apt)
Seal of the Worm (Shadows of the Apt)
by Adrian Tchaikovsky
Edition: Paperback
Price: £14.99

4.0 out of 5 stars I ve been with the series since the second book was released and what a pleasure it was to see a series be turned out so regular, 13 Sept. 2014
we live in a world of fantasy epics of many shapes and sizes of one offs and trilogies and longer series that never seem to end or get finished.well here is a fantasy series that ends its

is ten books long was released within a few years and all of them are of a decent length.I ve been with the series since the second book was released and what a pleasure it was to see a series be turned out so regularly without losing its quality its been a truly enjoyable and emotional journey great characters great storytelling if you reading the review and are checking feedback on the series before making the plunge its worth it its not a hard read the series is divided into 3 sections so its not as daunting as a 10 book series sounds. For a new fantasy saga look no further.To Mr Tchaikovsky thanks for the journey.


Blood of Asaheim (Space Wolves)
Blood of Asaheim (Space Wolves)
by Chris Wraight
Edition: Hardcover

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars guaranteed good time, 24 Mar. 2013
Ive read most of chris wraights warhammer work and like abnet and o neill youre guaranteed a good time with anything hes written.This novel is a straight down the line space marine story starring the space wolves.It has a great starring cast all of whom are unique and none of which are safe its clear this is the start of a series and it reminds me of the raven books by james barclay.Im not going to spoil anything but theirs definitely a bigger arc being laid down here with some very unique story possibilities for the future which i for one am interested in how it will play out in the wider warhammer universe.If what is hinted at in this novel is really going on it will have repercussions across the warhammer mythos.If youre new to warhammer the book is accessible enough to enjoy also.Happy reading.


Red Country (First Law World 3)
Red Country (First Law World 3)
by Joe Abercrombie
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £16.99

2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars western meets fantasy, 3 Nov. 2012
Ive read all his previous books and greatly enjoyed them.The first law trilogy in my opinion is the fantasy trilogy to read and anyone who asks me to recommend a fantasy to get into well the first law is top of the list.Of the standalones best served cold excellent the heroes good red country would between the two of them.Im not going to go into detail about the plot because thats what synopsis are for.I will say logan is back because that seems to be common knowledge.He is not a pov character and i must admit some disappointment at that since he was such good company before.Pros Hugely enjoyable entertaining novel with great characters great dialogue the story flows you wont be bored.Cons we dont see enough of logan in action the western flavour while refreshing doesnt exactly match the first laws world and at times it can feel youre reading a novel set in a world entirely separate from the previous books world.In summation a fantasy/western novel well worth your time and i hope to see logan again maybe in a first person story perhaps happy reading.


Page: 1