A Review of Kren of the Mithegai by Leo Frankowski and Dave Grossman

Kren of the Mitchegai is my favorite book of all time, and I can say that without a sliver of a doubt. It's actually the second book in a series started by Leo Frankowski, with the first being A Boy and His Tank (that one is also great and I recommend it, but it's nowhere near as enjoyable … Continue reading A Review of Kren of the Mithegai by Leo Frankowski and Dave Grossman

A Review of Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan

Rick Riordan's first series, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, is a fantasy story where Riordan takes ancient greek myths and applies them to the modern world. These stories were fun reads when I was younger, but I thought one of the more interesting aspects of  was Percy's relationship with Luke. Riordan does great work building … Continue reading A Review of Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan

A Review of The Phoenix Guards by Steven Brust

A novel written by Steven Brust, The Phoenix Guards is both a great story and incredibly funny. Terrific read; I highly recommend it. The Phoenix Guards takes place is Brust's usual fantasy world, but has a completely different cast of characters from the usual. The entire story is written as a mockery of Alexandre Dumas … Continue reading A Review of The Phoenix Guards by Steven Brust