#Review: Made in the Image of the Goddess by Chantelle Griffin @Legacy_Zyanthia

Made In The Image of the Goddess - Chantelle Griffin

Description Saranon glanced up at the dragons as they flew overhead. The hour of darkness covered them as she watched on. She waited as Pennie examined the stone. It formed part of the shield locking them inside the camp. Shouts rang out on the other side. ‘Is that Galven?’ Pennie asked. She nodded in reply. … Continue reading #Review: Made in the Image of the Goddess by Chantelle Griffin @Legacy_Zyanthia

#BlogTour: Blackwing by Ed McDonald @EdMcDonaldTFK @gollancz #Review #Blackwing

Blackwing - Ed McDonald

Oh I am so pleased to be a part of this tour. There are some damn good bloggers I really respect on this one, however, when I finished the book knowing I had to write this review my initial reaction was quite simply "Oh Fuck" because I just had no idea how I was going … Continue reading #BlogTour: Blackwing by Ed McDonald @EdMcDonaldTFK @gollancz #Review #Blackwing

#BlogTour: A Gathering of Ravens by Scott Oden @orcwriter @TransworldBooks #Review

My second tour today is for an epic piece of fantasy, I was super excited to get my hands on this book and it did not disappoint...read on to feast on my review and see why you have to pick this up and read it yourself! Description Beowulf meets The Lord of the Rings meets … Continue reading #BlogTour: A Gathering of Ravens by Scott Oden @orcwriter @TransworldBooks #Review

#BlogTour: The Lost Sentinel by Suzanne Rogerson @rogersonsm #Review

The Lost Sentinel - Suzanne Rogerson

I'm taking a break from The Bookshelf this week to welcome The Lost Sentinel blog tour to the blog today, this is the second novel from Suzanne Rogerson, and I loved the first Visions of Zarua so it was a no brainer that I read this one as soon as possible. I've reviewed the novel … Continue reading #BlogTour: The Lost Sentinel by Suzanne Rogerson @rogersonsm #Review

#Review: Mother of Wolves by J. Aislynn d’Merricksson @cala_gobraith

Mother of Wolves - J. Aislynn D'Merricksson

Description It is a year of awakening and change for Kalla kyl’Solidor - the Wolf Who Sleeps. After a fire wyvern attacks her home, she sets on a harsh path to self-discovery. With the future of their world at stake, Kalla and her magister embark on a journey that will shake the foundations of De … Continue reading #Review: Mother of Wolves by J. Aislynn d’Merricksson @cala_gobraith