Review: Elantris by Brandon Sanderson

Elantris by Brandon SandersonTitle: Elantris
Author: Brandon Sanderson
Genre: Fantasy
Publisher: Gollancz
Publication Date: 11 August 2011
Format: eBook / Paperback / Hardcover / Audio
Pages: 657
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My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

My Review:

This was the first Brandon Sanderson book I read and all I can say is what a wonderful book it was. I was mesmerised from the word go. Taken on a journey through the world of Elantris via the colourful,strong, and faithful characters he portrayed. Where my loyalties lay with one during one chapter they would quickly switch to another in the next. He wove a deep web of love, hardship, politics, deceit, war, greed, religion, and of course good vs evil.

I read this book in a few days, unable to tear myself from the world of Elantris.

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Review: Honeybuns Gluten-Free Baking by Emma Goss-Custard

Honeybuns Gluten Free BakingTitle: Honeybuns Gluten-Free Baking
Author: Emma Goss-Custard
Genre: Non-Fiction / Cookery Books / Gluten Free
Publisher: Pavilion
Publication Date: 5 December 2013
Format: eBook / Hardcover
Pages: 224
Buy: Amazon UK Amazon US

My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

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Review: The Art of Postcard Writing by Leticia Supple

Description:

Sending postcards is an expected part of travelling. So you collect addresses and make promises, and leave. But writing postcards is tricky: what do you write? How do you fill that space? Oh whoops, now the space is too small. Is it ok to write about the weather??

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