Twitter user ClericsWearRingmail asked a question about the literary device that Poul Anderson uses at the end of Three Hearts and Three Lions. An interesting question in and of itself, but the purpose here is for me to use that question to reflect on the death of the narrator in
What happens when the universe’s greatest executioner gets sick of his job? Everything you see here. And what do you see here? One of the best adventures written in the early twenty-first century. I admit that is a pretty low bar, but I gladly stock Wight on my shelf
Reaper, book 10 in Will Wight’s Cradle series, is so good it reaches back in time and transforms events in the previous books, making you see things with new eyes. I think it would be quite fun to go back and read them all again in light of what
In Bloodline, book 9 of Will Wight’s very popular Cradle series, Lindon comes home. As you might expect, hilarity ensures. Or at least lots of epic battles with the greatest threats on Lindon’s planet. [Amazon affiliate link] I didn’t do a day of release review for Bloodline
Just when I thought I knew what to expect from a Cradle book, that Will Wight couldn’t surprise me or ramp up the stakes anymore, Wintersteel [Amazon link] comes along to delight and astound me. And given how well sales have been, I’m clearly not the only one.
In the world of Cradle, family is everything. It shapes your destiny by defining your powers and your path. It determines who you can trust, and who you must fight. For Yerin and Lindon, being adopted into the Aurelius family has done all this and more. This is the first
Underlord: Cradle Book 6 by Will Wight Kindle Edition Published by Hidden Gnome Publishing (March 1, 2019) ASIN B07NJ3B6HN If you have been following along with the Cradle series, you will have a pretty good idea of what to expect by now. Our young protagonist, Wei Shi Lindon Arelius, will