Summary: Bastion was supposed to mean safety. It was supposed to mean a break from fighting for their lives and a chance to talk to someone who might actually know what’s going on. Access to their gold and some beer would have been nice, too. They got none of those things. When Tina and James … Continue reading Book Review: Last Bastion by Rachel Aaron and Travis Bach #20BooksofSummer
Summary: In the real world, twenty-one-year-old library sciences student Tina Anderson is invisible and under-appreciated, but in the VR-game Forever Fantasy Online she's Roxxy—the respected leader and main tank of a top-tier raiding guild. Her brother, James Anderson, is a college drop-out struggling under debt, but in FFO he's famous—an explorer known all over the … Continue reading Book Review: Forever Fantasy Online by Rachel Aaron and Travis Bach
Well, I made progress, but I didn't finish up all of my reads from last week (this is becoming a reoccurring theme here since summer started...). In part this is because of being able to do less audio-booking while at work, but also summer is just really busy! I'm only about 50 pages into Trail … Continue reading This Week in Reading: Post-Apocalyptic Urban Fantasy, Finishing up LitRPG, More Dresden, and Magic Powers
Last week I only managed to finish two books so the other two are back on my list to finish up this week. I have just a bit more free time this week so I'm hoping to get through, or at least get part way through, all four books on my list this week, but … Continue reading This Week in Reading: Weredeer Adventures, Post-Apocalyptic Urban Fantasy, LitRPG, and Austen-esque Fantasy
Well, this week's going to be a bit eclectic! Finishing up two books from last week. I'm about a third of the way through A Reaper at the Gates by Sabaa Tahir. I somehow forgot the incredibly weird turn the story took in the second book. I might have to go back and re-listen to … Continue reading This Week in Reading: Finishing up Fantasy Rome, Sirens and Selkies, Some LitRPG, and Weredeer!