The Wicked Day

The Wicked Day
Tormay Trilogy #3
by Christopher Bunn
Ebook, 363 Pages
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A big battle, people becoming Anbeorun, it all came together kind of fast.

But I still enjoyed this as much as the first one. In a different way. Where as The Hawk and His Boy, was focused on small events, Jute, this focused on all of Tormay and the battle against the dark.

And as is common among dual’istic fantasy, there is no final victory, only a staving off. Which leaves the author plenty of room to tell more stories, should he choose.

The Shadow at the Gate

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Tormay #2
by Christopher Bunn
Ebook, 462 Pages
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


I enjoyed this as much as The Hawk and His Boy. It is a good read that is not too heavy or self-serious.

My only beef is how powerless the Anborean seem to be.

Wondering how the final book will wrap up everything because there is so much potential to be explored. Looking forward to it though.

The Hawk And His Boy

The Hawk And His Boy
Tormay Trilogy #1
by Christopher Bunn
Ebook, 225 Pages
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The more I read Young Adult books, the more I am liking them.
Clean, tight short story, bit less jaded views of good and evil.

I hope the rest of the series lives up to this book. This does suffer from first book syndrome and leaves you with a cliffhanger right at the end. Good thing we don’t have to wait for the next book.