'There are three things all wise men fear: the sea in storm, a night with no moon, and the anger of a gentle man' These words have sent shivers down the backs of thousands of readers. They stay in your mind years after finishing the book, they haunt you every step much like the Chandrian.… Continue reading The Wise Man’s Fear
If you have read my review of The Name of the Wind then you know how I feel about Auri. The Little Moon Fae who captured the hearts of both me and anybody who has read the work. She is enchanting, she is pure, she is wonderful. All who read that book want more of… Continue reading The Slow Regard of Silent Things
This book, this experience really as calling it simply a book would be to do it a disservice, is a transformative work. Reading it will change you in some way. You will love music in a way you did not know was possible before reading it. You will see love in a new light, as a thing beyond words and expression, which may sound odd I admit. How can a book, something off ink and letters make you see something beyond words?