Review: Ship of Destiny by Robin Hobb

Ship of Destiny

Robin Hobb

The Liveship Traders #3

Harper Voyager

903 pages



Chapter 30. That’s when I figured out who Amber was.

On a re-read, it’s blatantly obvious but the first time I just never clicked.

I’ve never been the most observant person.

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Review: My Sardinian Summer by Michaël Uras

My Sardinian Summer

Michaël Uras

Hodder & Stoughton


Copy received from Netgalley. All opinions are my own

When I first got a general, mass e-mail telling me because I enjoyed similar titles I might enjoy this. I haven’t enjoyed similar titles but after I laughed a little I thought to myself, why not? I might like it. Just because I haven’t read much general fiction doesn’t mean that I can’t so I decided to give it a bash.

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I Re-read Harry Potter #3: The Prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

J. K. Rowling

Harry Potter #3


317 pages



Who in their right mind would give an untrained student witch an implement that allows them to go back in time and not just tell her to choose fewer subjects?

Oh yeah, plot convenience.

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Review: The Girl and the Stars by Mark Lawrence

The Girl and the Stars

Mark Lawrence

Book of the Ice #1

Harper Voyager

480 pages



Copy received from Netgalley. All opinions are my own.

I have made no secret of the fact that the other series set in this world, The Book of the Ancestor, was rather disappointing for me. There were a few parts that I enjoyed but on the whole I wasn’t a massive fan of it.

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