The Captain’s Log – first last snow (Max Gladstone) – why chronology vs. publishing order sometimes matters

Ahoy there me mateys!  So in previous times, wendy @ the biliosanctum set me on a series of adventures that led to me reading the first book in The Craft Sequence, three parts dead.  I absolutely loved it.  This is a review that talks about the fourth published book in the series.  Like the others, … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – first last snow (Max Gladstone) – why chronology vs. publishing order sometimes matters

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The Captain’s Log – spellslinger (Sebastien de Castell)

Ahoy there me mateys!  The crew has been readin' and reviewin' this series like crazy.  I have been meaning to check out both it and the author's work for a while.  So when I couldn't think of what to read, I thought I would take a page out of Kate @ booksaremyfavouriteandbest's tips and use … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – spellslinger (Sebastien de Castell)

The Captain’s Log – the traitor baru cormorant (Seth Dickinson)

Ahoy there me mateys!  One of the many things I love about me large and diverse crew is the little-known fantastic treasures that they bring me way.  This be one of them.  I found out about the book from matey Jaime @ readwatchgame.  His thoughts: The Traitor Baru Cormorant –I just started this and I’m loving … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the traitor baru cormorant (Seth Dickinson)

The Captain’s Log – archivist wasp (Nicole Kornher-Stace)

Ahoy there me mateys!  One of the many things I love about me large and diverse crew is the little-known fantastic treasures that they bring me way.  This be one of them.  I found out about the book from matey Sarah @ theillustratedpage.  Her thoughts: Have you read Archivist Wasp? If you haven’t, you really should. … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – archivist wasp (Nicole Kornher-Stace)

The Captain’s Log – the lies of locke lamora (Scott Lynch)

Ahoy there me mateys!  So this book and me have a checkered past.  All me crew was aghast that I had never read this book.  Seems like every cutthroat, scalawag, and tongue-wagger on the seven seas thought the Gentlemen Bastards were fine fellows to fancy.  Me first mate even suggested this one and was confused … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the lies of locke lamora (Scott Lynch)

The Captain’s Log – spinning silver (Naomi Novik)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I highly enjoy this author's work and for me this was her best book yet!  It is magical, completely engrossing, and wonderfully written.  One of the things that I find most interesting about this book is that while ye could catch glimpses of fairy tales that have come before, it is … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – spinning silver (Naomi Novik)