Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Weavers of Saramyr and The Skein of Lament by Chris Wooding

These two books form the first two thirds of the Braided Path series by Chris Wooding. I decided to read this series because I absolutely loved Wooding’s Tales of the Ketty Jay series. Short review: the Braided Path series isn’t anywhere near as good (so far). I’ve decided to review these two chaps together now, because I’m taking a bit of a break from the series before the third book.

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Wolfhound Century by Peter Higgins

Wolfhound Century is the first novel by Peter Higgins, and was a free book that I got through the Gollancz Geeks programme. Basically, every so often Gollancz sends you an email asking if you’re interested in reading a new book that they’re publishing. It helps that Gollancz publish stuff from a good few of my favourite authors (running the alphabetical gamut from Ben Aaronovitch to Chris Wooding), and I’m pretty much yet to read a book published by Gollancz that I’ve hated. So free books from my favourite publisher? Yes please.

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