Book Review

Ink, Iron, and Glass

I’m always a tiny bit hesitant to get invested in a novel whose protagonist is more practical than emotional. It’s absolutely a strange personal bias of mine, made even more odd by the fact that I’m a Ravenclaw, so practical people are my tribe, yo.The Gryffindor secondary is strong with me, however, so of course… Continue reading Ink, Iron, and Glass

Book Review

The Shadowed Sun

The Killing Moon gives us a really beautiful mentor/apprentice relationship in Ehiru and Nijiri. It isn't a relationship that is explored as often as I'd like in main through-lines of fantasy, probably because the Hero's Journey format is more about a mentor who comes and goes as needed, or different characters filling different mentor-like roles… Continue reading The Shadowed Sun