I Ponder: How to Read More Epic Fantasy?

I think a culmination of reading Ravven’s most excellent middle grade fantasy and then spending a large amount of time on Wednesday falling in love with the Kingkiller Chronicles deck of cards has done the job of getting me pretty firmly back in a fantasy mood. Except there’s a slight problem with indulging in it…

[Review] The Black Company by Glen Cook

Series: Chronicles of the Black Company #1 Genre: Epic Fantasy Size: 320 pages Availability: Paperback, Ebook, Audiobook, Omnibus Read with the Fantasy Faction Book Club. Some feel the Lady, newly risen from centuries in thrall, stands between humankind and evil. Some feel she is evil itself. The hardbitten men of the Black Company take their pay and do what…

[Review] Decoy by S.B. Sebrick

Series: Assassin’s Rising #1 Genre: High Fantasy Size: 100k words (approx). Availability: Kindle, Smashwords, paperback Kaltor is an assassin-in-training with a powerful secret that could shatter the world if it gets out and a fear of reaching his full potential, despite the knowledge that reaching his power could be the key to finding his lost brother.…