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Worldbuilders: Fantasy Authors Read 1-Star Reviews!

Posted by Meg Sometimes reviews, especially bad reviews, can be a little dramatic. Worldbuilders put together this hilarious mash-up of fantasy authors reading 1-star reviews of their own books. Peat starts us off with a dramatic reading of a Warded Man review. But keep watching! Cassie makes an appearance with her own reading towards the […]

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Messenger’s Legacy: Fantasy Faction Review

Posted by Meg Messenger’s Legacy is due to come out in a few days time, and one of the first reviews has been posted! Marc Aplin of Fantasy Faction begins his review by considering the increased popularity of novellas in the fantasy book genre. Peat has consistently published a novella between each main Demon Cycle […]

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Warded Man Review: Who Knew Ink Would Be Our Saviour?

Posted by Meg Blogger SplatterGeist recently posted a review of The Warded Man. I am loving the title of the review: Who Knew Ink Would Be Our Saviour? A great subtitle for the series. The review starts off with a pretty awesome intro written by the blogger. Check it out: In a world where demons […]

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Generation Hollow: Demon Cycle Re-read!

Posted by Meg Hilarious as ever, the Youtube channel Generation Hollow re-reads the Demon Cycle for the first time as a sort of follow-up to the video he made about a year ago. Great video for first time readers or longtime fans of the series. He does a great job of describing the books with […]

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Lemuria Bookstore Review

Posted by Meg Check out this awesome review posted by Austin on the Lemuria Bookstore Blog that digs into common fantasy tropes and how The Warded Man deals with these sometimes over-used themes. Here’s a quote from the review: The Warded Man by Peter V. Brett redeems this overused, undercooked story line, in great fashion. The writing does […]

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