The Winter of the Witch by Katherine Arden – Spoiler Free Review
 

The Winter of the Witch

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Seraphina’s Lament by Sarah Chorn – Cover Reveal + Excerpt
 

Seraphina’s Lament

Cover Reveal + Excerpt!

 
Fantasy-Faction’s Best Fantasy Books of 2018
 

Fantasy-Faction's Best Fantasy Books of 2018

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Browsing all articles tagged with Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne.

The Ten Strangest Races in Fantasy Literature

The Ten Strangest Races in Fantasy Literature 

To me one of the most wonderful things about reading fantasy is the chance to encounter strange and magical beings that couldn’t possibly exist in the real world. Ferocious and exotic warriors, wise immortals, fey creatures as beautiful as they are mysterious, people made from wood or stone, animals that walk and talk like humans, […]

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Brian Staveley Interview – Skullsworn

Brian Staveley Interview – Skullsworn 

By now you should all probably know that the point of my interviews is simply to celebrate Wednesdays (doesn’t matter if it’s actually Wednesday or not). This time I have with me Brian Staveley, author of Skullsworn and the Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne trilogy, and a big lover of Wednesdays as well. Brian Staveley […]

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Skullsworn by Brian Staveley

Skullsworn by Brian Staveley
4.5

Skullsworn is a standalone novel set in the world established by The Chronicles of the Unhewn but set before the events of that trilogy. It follows one of the Chronicle’s deadliest characters and a huge fan favourite Pyrre Lakatur in an origin type story that allows us to bear witness to her final trial before […]

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The Emperor’s Blades by Brian Staveley

The Emperor’s Blades by Brian Staveley
3.5

The Emperor’s Blades by Brian Staveley has been getting a lot of attention through social media and blogging sites. As soon as I read about it, I thought it sounded amazing and when I listed in my “books that caught my eye” post on my blog, I wrote: The blurb of The Emperor’s Blades suggests […]

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