December 11, 2016

The Fall of Dorkhun by D.A. Adams

Title: The Fall of Dorkhun
Author: D.A. Adams
Publisher:  Third Axe Media
Series: The Brotherhood of Dwarves
Format: Ebook
Pages: 211 Pages

 The dwarven saga continues...

Having escaped slavery and survived the Battle for Hard Hope, Roskin returns home to a kingdom divided by war with the ogres. On one side, his father desires to restore peace. On the other, Master Sondious, hungry for revenge after having been crippled, seeks to escalate the aggression. Roskin and his friends hasten to the capital to make a desperate attempt to resolve the growing rift, but unknown to the dwarves, new and powerful menaces threaten to destroy the entire kingdom ...

My Thoughts:

I will say right away that I enjoyed books one and two more than this one, don't get me wrong this is a geat book, but it falls a little bit compared to the first two. This doesn't mean that I didn't enjoy this one.  Also if you haven't read books one and two, it's safe to say you shouldn't read this one before reading both.  If you don't read the first two, you won't really understand much of what's going on. So just a heads up, make sure you read the other two first. 

The Fall of Dorkhun continues the story of Roskin and his return home. Readers of this one do get some more backstories of some of the side characters, which as you all know I do enjoy. Though to me, that is the one part that saved this book for me. The writing style is the same as the previous and the pacing is about the same as well. 

I really enjoy the artwork as well, the cover is fantastic and it really depicts the story perfectly. The same goes for the first two books. I don't know about you all, but I love being able to see the story through the cover. 

Can't wait to see what this author has in store in the next book. Guess I should get to it! Seeing as I just ordered it. Hope you all have a great Sunday afternoon! 


I would have to give The Fall of Dorkhun a...


Review: Brotherhood of the Dwarfs Book 2:

Title: Red Sky at Dawn
Author: D.A. Adams
Publisher: Third Axe Media
Pages: 192 pages
Format: Ebook
ISBN #: 0976554712

 Crushaw, Molgheon, and Vishghu have liberated the Slithesythe Plantation, and now, they must make their way to safe lands before being caught and returned to certain bondage. Across the orc lands, they and Roskin recruit and train an army of freed slaves, for between them and freedom are thousands of well-armed, well-trained orc warriors. Near the Pass of Hard Hope in the shadows of the eastern mountains, they make their desperate stand. But even if they succeed, Roskin's ordeal is far from finished, as he is haunted by visions of something awful back in Dorkuhn.

My Thoughts:

Just like the first book in this series, I was pulled into the whole story almost as if I was one of the characters. I loved this one even more than I enjoyed the first. Can't wait for the next book in this series. I'm going to be honest, this along with the third book has been on my shelf for a while, I have a lot of books and hadn't had the chance to finish these, now I wish I had read them sooner. 

This book shows so much growth for the author and his writing and  the characters have grown as well. The best part of this whole book action and the pacing is perfection. In the first book I really connected with the main character Roskin, but in this one, I really connected with the others. The author really brought out their story and made me love them as well. 

I will warn you, though, this is only the second book of five, so be ready for a massive cliff hanger! All in all this was my favorite so far! I can't wait to read the next book in this series. 


I would have to give Red Sky at Dawn a huge...

December 1, 2016

December TBR

I love the month of December! Christmas is one of my favorite times of the year. This also means it's time to share what I'll be reading this month. 

Never Fade by Alexandra Bracken 

Gemina by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth 

Rising Tides by Katy Haye 

What are you all reading this month? 

November 30, 2016


Please, excuse the mess while I move my posts back over to this blog from WordPress. I tried to like Wordpress due to everyone telling me how amazing it was, well I ended up enjoying Blogger better. Anyway, to make a long story short, I'm moving everything back over here. It might take me a few months, but going to add new posts in the meantime. 

We are super excited to be back, though, so let's get to this!