Saturday, 12 September 2015

Fool's Quest by Robin Hobb

Title: Fool's Quest (Fitz and the Fool book 2)
Author: Robin Hobb
Publisher: HarperVoyager
Date of Publication: August 13th 2015
Source: Review copy courtesy of the publisher

Find links to my reviews of Robin's previous books here.


After nearly killing his oldest friend, the Fool, and finding his daughter stolen away by those who were once targeting the Fool, FitzChivalry Farseer is out for blood. And who better to wreak havoc than a highly trained and deadly former royal assassin? Fitz might have let his skills go fallow over his years of peace, but such things, once learned, are not so easily forgotten. And nothing is more dangerous than a man who has nothing left to lose…


This will contain spoilers for Fool's Assassin, so avoid if you haven't read it yet.

I would like to start by thanking the very lovely person at Harper Voyager who, when I sent a cheeky email saying, "I'd really like a copy of Fool's Quest," actually sent me one. I am fortunate enough to get quite a few review copies, but this was one I really didn't expect and it's a great privilege to have been entrusted with a copy just so I can give my opinion to you guys.

Saturday, 5 September 2015

Review and Author Guest Post - Rachael Craw - Stray Blog Tour

Title: Stray
Author: Rachael Craw
Publisher: Walker Books
Date of Publication: 1st September 2015
Source: Review copy courtesy of the publisher

I am so, so happy to be part of the Stray blog tour. Stray is the second book in the Spark Trilogy by Rachael Craw, a sci-fi series about genetically modified humans who are Shields, the ultimate body guards. The downside of this modification is that it also produces Strays, who are the ultimate killers.

Today, as well as my review, I have a guest post from Rachael which features lots of fabulous gifs, which makes a nice change for this blog!

At the end of the post you'll find the links to the other fabulous stops on the tour. There are two or three a day, so it's as fast paced as the book! Please check them out.

If you haven't yet read Spark, the first book in the trilogy, you can find my review here. This review may contain spoilers for Spark, so proceed with caution!