Review: The Last Mortal Bond by Brian Staveley

The Last Mortal Bond written by Brian Staveley is the last book in the Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne trilogy.

Plot:

Annur is being threatened by the ancient Csestriim and their desire to kill the old Gods that walk the earth again. The whole of the Urghul nation is at their door, their aim to spread their pain-worship across the lands, the easy way, or the hard way. Kettral are pitted against Kettral, brother against sister. War is fought in every corner of the once great Empire, and the three Malkeenian siblings are at the very heart of it.

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Review: God of War

After finishing God of War III Remastered, I waited patiently to hear news of another God of War game. When the E3 trailer came out, I was more hyped than I was for season 7 of GOT, and I was pretty hyped for that (WHAT IS HYPE MAY NEVER DIE!!!). This game promised to be something else completely, promised us a new side to Kratos and I was ready for it. Or so I thought.

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Review Thor: Ragnarok

It’s no surprise to anyone who knows me that Iron Man is my favourite MCU character. And if I look at the Avengers, Bruce Banner/Hulk and Thor, son of Odin, are tied at second place. There’s just something about that lovable blonde doofus that resonates with me. It helps that he has a very interesting dynamic with his sibling(s). So I’ve been looking forward to Thor: Ragnarok from the moment the movie was announced. Even before I’d seen the impressive cast list, or the first few visuals.

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