A thank you (and goodbye) to our readers

It is with a touch of sadness that I am writing to tell you all that Fantasy Book Review will become, like countless websites before, a dead site after today’s posts. I started the site as a fun project and have had the opportunity to work with a few awesome people in the short time that it’s been out there.

The website was here mostly as a reflection of my own love of fantasy, and I figured others would have a similar interest. The needs of the site, however, of making it a worthwhile place to visit, have unfortunately outgrown my own availability to keep up with. So, as of today, the site will remain as you see it until the hosting runs out (sometime in September).

Thank you to all who have visited, written for, or otherwise supported this little venture. I truly do appreciate it!


Elfshadow (Elaine Cunningham)

The great thing about starting this website has been the push to go back and read a lot of the books that I have in my personal library of fantasy novels. It would probably be better to review new and unpublished works, but I can’t help but pick up some of my favorites and give them a re-read.

Call it a sickness, but I enjoy it!

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Allegiant (Veronica Roth)

With the factionless taking over the city and the video about there being more to the world, there’s only one thing that Tris wants to do: get out and learn about her family. After escaping from jail and meeting up with the rebel groups Allegiant, Tris and her small group of friends escape into the unknown. There they see what is it like and what Chicago really is.

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Throne of Glass (Sarah J. Maas)

Queen of the Underworld, Adarlan’s Assassin Celaena Sardothien is known by many names but titles have no meaning when you’re being held prisoner. The once notorious killer now wastes away within her enemy’s salt mines until the Crown Prince offers her a proposal she dare not refuse. Become the king’s champion and in four years she will gain her freedom. To earn the role she must first defeat 25 other men who crave the job. Taken to the glass castle, Celaena’s fight for survival will begin. Continue reading

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