The main character, Csorwe, was marked as a young girl to be destined to be a bride of The Unspoken
After reading Smoke and Stone I quickly bought a bunch of Fletcher’s other work and started to read through them.
I’ve read this author’s work in the past and really, really enjoyed them – I was a huge fan of
This was a review request but it’s also been entered into the SPFBO competition this year within Fantasy Faction’s grouping.
To understand the plot and characters, the world building has to come first for this one. Humans set out a
I got this from NetGalley/Orbit and I was really excited but I’m late for my review – sorry I got
I received this book in exchange for an honest review and I think it would most appeal to people who
I received this in exchange for an honest review. I think this would most appeal to people who like a
This was an author request, I had read and enjoyed Akiri: The Scepter of Xarbaal, so I was excited to
I had already read this book a while ago, but the review doesn’t match the rest of the SPFBO books.
Sooooooo I started reading this expecting a fantasy, and what I got was more of a scifi. I was 50%
This was part of pornokitch’s grouping, and has since been eliminated. The review: http://www.pornokitsch.com/2017/07/spfbo-self-published-fantasy-first-26-reviews.html Plot: The book starts out with a young
This book is part of Fantasy Factions grouping and it hasn’t had any feedback yet. It was a really interesting
**Bingo Squares: Indie Author, Audiobook format, Debut Novel, Dystopian, Non Human POV, Time Travel** *Whew that’s a lot of squares*