After the slightly-too-sweet-for-me book 1 of The Blood Of Stars duology, I was delighted that book 2 took a more matured turn. From the get go the pace was more intense and the theme much darker. What struck me immediately was the quality of the writing. It has matured and taken on a whole new […]
The gorgeous cover of Six Crimson Cranes caught my eyes at my favourite bookshop (the only decent one in Brisbane sigh…) and thus I was introduced to Elizabeth Lim. I actually thought Cranes was book 3 of The Blood Of Stars series and of course I should start the series from the beginning so I
One of my anchors, the most important one, is Meditation. Taking up meditation was THE BEST thing I’ve ever taught myself. It was difficult in the beginning, sitting still for just 5 minutes was agony and my thoughts were all over the shop. Gradually, breath by breath, moment by moment, it got better. With that,
Heading into book 3 of Skyward, I was a little dirty with Mr Sanderson to begin with. I had expected it to be the conclusion to this awesome trilogy and only to find out he has recently announced a fourth book to the series, as he felt the story would be better told this way!