Monday, 27 September 2010


I've got a guest post over at My World, thanks very much to Melissa! You can find my post HERE. Juliet McKenna, author of the Tales of Einarinn, Aldabreshin Compass, and Chronicles of the Lescari Revolution, has kindly agreed to give an interview on the blog, so that will be coming up soon as well. Finally, I'm hoping to get onto David Farland's Chaos Bound tomorrow - the last book in the epic (and highly enjoyable!) Runelords seies - so I'll have the review posted soon - if it measures up to its predecessors, it should be a great read.


  1. So Chaos Bound is the end of the series? I read books 1-4 and liked them, but book 5 felt like a bad YA book and I couldn't finish it. Sounds like you like the entire series pretty well? Should I give book 5 another try?

  2. Depends. Couldn't finish book 5, felt the same way. :P However, books 6 and 7 were actually pretty good, so if the series can actually reach a good, justifying conclusion in book 8, I'll cont it a success. I still think books 1-4 were better, though.

  3. thanks Jacob. Will look forward to your review of book 8. If you like book 8, wonder if I would be lost if i skip book 5 and start on 6? All of the series is available in ebook format, which is a bonus :)

  4. Hm, I don't think so. I managed, though it was a little like starting a new series: you see a few unfamiliar terms, but soon catch up. I couldn't stand book 5, though.

    I haven't actually tried ebooks yet - though they look good, I don't really like reading on screens. E-ink sounds more readable, though, so I might give it a go sometime.

  5. thanks Jacob. Now my interest level depends on how you like book 8. No pressure!

  6. Hi Jacob. Thanks for the post. I enjoyed it. I will be sending mine over to you tonight. Thanks!

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