31 January, 2012

2012 January Wrap-Up

January was a great month for me review-wise. I can't promise a repeat next month since I don't have any long breaks from school coming up. I will say, however, that my Kindle has been a very positive influence on the reading stats.

Reviews:

Tisarian's Treasure - J.M. Martin
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - Lewis Carroll
Draculas - Blake Crouch, Jack Killborn, F. Paul Wilson, Jeff Strand
The Great Bazaar (A Demon Cycle Novella) - Peter V. Brett
The World House - Guy Adams
Perfect Shadow (Night Angel Novella) - Brent Weeks
The Thirteen Hallows - Michael Scott and Colette Freedman
Shadow Ops: Control Point - Myke Cole

Giveaway:

Epic Wheel of Time Giveaway: The Eye of the World (Still time to enter)

We'll announce the winner of the giveaway in the next week or so and start the next giveaway for The Great Hunt (Wheel of Time book 2) right after.

Article:

The Kindle Conundrum - Alec

Random Category:

New Favorite Web Comic - Doghouse Diaries

5 comments:

Josh (Fixed on Fantasy) said...

I was having trouble finding The Night Bazaar ... probably because it is called The Great Bazaar? haha.

Also, is that and Perfect Shadow only available as an e-book? I can't find them anywhere and have yet to submit to digital reading culture.

Bryce L. said...

Wow, thanks for that. I completely spaced it last night.

Perfect Shadow is a Subterranean Press book and it's completely sold out in their limited editions. You can find some on Amazon for over $100.

Maybe peer pressure will work, buy a kindle/nook/eReader! buy a kindle/nook/eReader!buy a kindle/nook/eReader!buy a kindle/nook/eReader!buy a kindle/nook/eReader!buy a kindle/nook/eReader!buy a kindle/nook/eReader!buy a kindle/nook/eReader!buy a kindle/nook/eReader!buy a kindle/nook/eReader!buy a kindle/nook/eReader!buy a kindle/nook/eReader!

Bryce L. said...

Here's the link to the sold out Perfect Shadow, not that it helps anyone out. :)

Nibbles said...

The World House & Perfect Shadow are on my must-read list, which is now almost the size of a Robert Jordan novel, lol.

Bryce L. said...

@Nibbles - Haha, that must be HUUUUGE!