One of my favorite time loop stories on par with Groundhod Day. The narration was a perfect complement to the story, which turned me a fan of Eric Michael Summerer.
Warformed – Stormweaver book 1. Another Progression Fantasy gem I found that’s still ongoing. I can’t wait for book 2. I just hope the author leaves the story/readers hanging.
Great stories from one of the musicians I grew up listening to. Albeit he progression or sequence of the stories are a bit jarring; The narration by the author made up for it though.
I found this very insightful and gave me a clearer perspective on the food I eat. Albeit at times the flow of the book seems to go off on tangents. The narration complemented the story very well; I would’ve appreciated more inflections when he was speaking in the third person.
Interesting memoir with engaging narration by the author. The cynic in me found some of the stories entailed bordering on flights of fancy, though it was entertaining none the less.
One of my favorite book series in recent memory. Thankful that this is the first series I read when getting into the Progression Fantasy genre. The narration by Travis Baldree was very complimentary as well. Travis Baldree is now one of my favorite narrators thanks to these books.
TLDR: Peaky Blinders in an alternate world with a dash of fantasy elements. I liked the pacing of the story and character development; The ending was satisfying for the primary cast.[Goodread link]
I like owning physical or actual copies of the things I buy, where I can enjoy them at any time, place, and mode of consumption I choose. With that in mind, I tried converting my Audible AAX files into M4B files so I can listen to them on any app or device I want. To […]
Books 1-5 were great, then started to go downhill for me from there. I got a sense that the conclusion will leave me unsatisfied to say the least.. almost remorseful that I got invested in the story and characters passed book 5. [Goodreads link]
Way better than the movie. The subsequent books don’t appeal to me though.
Overall a good read, like a crossover between The Martian and Artemis, though I’d rank this the least among the three.
Chaos Walking Series by Patrick Ness The story could’ve been told in 1 book instead of 3 and felt dragging the longer I read the book. I personally didn’t like the pace of the story and how it ended but it wasn’t bad enough for me to stop reading.
The Daevabad Trilogy by S.A. Chakraborty The protagonists were way too naive and idealistic until the end for my taste. But the lore and and plots points kept me reading until the end.
I saw this identical stand on one of Dave 2D’s videos which he got on Amazon. I found a similar one on Lazada for 16USD or 800PHP incluaive of tax and shipping, and it was Cash On Delivery as well. It’s adjustable on either side and can fit thick devices and the alen screws tighten […]
From Joe Rogan to me, then to you. Steven Pressfield – The War of Art