Zcreed is Changing

I haven’t been around for a handful of years. A lot has changed in my life and this site is going to change as well. You will still be able to read my fantasy reviews, but the scope is going to grow. Expect to see new topics soon.

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Book Review – Cold City by @fpaulwilson

What to say? This book was awesome! I typically read and review fantasy, so this was a break from the norm for me. Apparently this series delves into that genre later on, but there wasn’t any of it in here. I’m glad I read it though as everything about it I loved. I have never…

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Book Review – Blood’s Pride by @EvieManieri

“Blood’s Pride” by Evie Manieri is a solid fantasy which I quite enjoyed. Evie’s writing suspends disbelief. It is fluid and rich with detail, but not overly so as you’ll find in many classics. She pulled me into her world and her story kept me turning page after page. I invested myself in her characters….

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Low Town, a.k.a. The Straight Razor Cure by @DanielPolansky

What an excellent book! It is such a shame the US publisher dropped this series. I rank this as one of the best books I’ve read, right on par with The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch and The Broken Empire series by Mark Lawrence. Low Town (a.k.a. The Straight Razor Cure) is a…

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Book Review – The Language of Dying by @SarahPinborough

This novella moved me deeply. That doesn’t happen often and I read a fair amount. The story follows the dialog of a woman confiding her innermost thoughts to her dead father. The central plot is of her caring for her dad in his last weeks of life. Throughout the story, pieces of her life from…

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Book Review – The Dirty Streets of Heaven, Bobby Dollar #1 by Tad Williams

Back in ’98 or ’99 I was introduced to Tad Williams during deployment to Germany for infantry training. The Dragonbone Chair (and subsequently its two sequels) quickly committed me as a huge Tad Williams fan. I’ve read all of his fantasy novels and I collect his short story anthologies too. Even his Sci-Fi works are…

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