Genre: Fantasy

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Giveaway: City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett

Giveaway: City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett

April 7, 2015 Giveaways 0

To celebrate the recent paperback release of City of Stairs (City of Stairs #1) by Robert Jackson Bennett, Jo Fletcher Books has kindly offered up a copy for my wonderful Australian readers. This is one of my very favourite books of last year and I wish more people had read (and loved!) it. Here's a little about the book:

The sequel to City of Stairs, City of Blades, will be available in August!

Some pertinent information about the giveaway:

You do NOT need to follow Speculating on SpecFic to enter. Open to all Australian residents, 13 years and...

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Firefight by Brandon Sanderson

Firefight by Brandon Sanderson

April 2, 2015 Reviews 1 ★★★★★

Firefight is a wonderful sequel to the heart-stopping Steelheart, delivering all the action, adventure, and fun that readers will expect. It’s an explosive adventure that captured my imagination, and has left me sad that I have to wait so long for the next instalment, Calamity.

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Interview: Joe Abercrombie

Interview: Joe Abercrombie

March 27, 2015 Bookish 3

Joe Abercrombie *squeal* recently visited Australia and I was very lucky to have the opportunity to sit down and talk to him about his newest release, Half the World, the second book in his YA series The Shattered Sea.

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Half the World by Joe Abercrombie

Half the World by Joe Abercrombie

March 3, 2015 Reviews 0 ★★★★★

A brilliantly crafted sequel to Half a King, Half the World takes us back into the world of the Shattered Sea, introducing us to two new protagonists and letting us catch up with some old favourites.

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The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron

The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron

January 20, 2015 Reviews 0 ★★★★

The Fell Sword is a great sequel to Cameron’s fantasy d├ębut The Red Knight, expanding the world and delving deeper into its history, introducing us to new characters and giving us the tools to understand our favourites better, farewelling a few characters, and most importantly, giving a glimpse into the grand scale of the five book Traitor Son cycle.

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