"A real disappointment, well, not really I suppose. Mr. Martin has disappointed me in almost all his efforts since his ultra readable "Game of Thrones" the first sequel of which was a mere list of battle sequences with little characterisa..."
"It took a while to get going and at no time (until the end) was it apparent that this was only the first installment. While I enjoy a lot of fantasy, I sometimes have a problem with being left in suspense waiting for the next year or so to find ou..."
"The comparison to George R R Martin is a trifle misleading. This book is well worth a read and I look forward with pleasure to the next two books. I found his characters a little too busy surviving, plotting and killing to be fully developed, even..."
The Night of Madness begins when a mysterious object falls from the heavens, creating a wave of magic in all directions. The wave brings not only a dream but an infusion of warlockry to the land, and soon all hell breaks loose. Looting, rioting,...
From the Dursleys as social commentary to a look at Snape's role in less than child-friendly fanfiction . . . from the parallels between Azkaban and Abu Ghraib to the role of religion at Hogwarts . . . from why Dumbledore had to die to why killing...