Prize Draw Winners: Sebastien de Castell books

Signed copies of Sebastien de Castell booksWin a SIGNED copy of Traitor’s Blade and Knight’s Shadow!

Winners: Samantha Warnaar, Nafmi Sanichar-van Herwijnen, Marloes Noordermeer and Maj Valerie Kersten!

What was the last Fantasy or Historical Fiction book you read?

The Blinding Knife by Brent Weeks”

The Axeman’s Jazz by Ray Celestin”

Legends of the Nameless Dwarf: The Complete Saga By D. P. Prior”

“The last fantasy book I read was Morning Star by Pierce Brown, it was AMAZING. (I recommended it to all my friends)”

“The last Fantasy book I read was The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss and has definitely become one of my favorite books of all time.”

“The last fantasy/historical book I’ve read is Bernard Cornwell’s Excalibur. It’s the third volume in a more historical approach to the King Arthur legend, buuuut it still has some fantastical elements so it more or less fits in both categories!”

Prince of Thorns by Mark Lawrence (and the sequel King of Thorns)”

“The last fantasy book I read… it is a hard question depending on your definition of fantasy. True fantasy (no electricity, different world) is I think A Natural History of Dragons (and its sequel The Tropic of Serpents) by Marie Brennan. If you include Urban Fantasy (magic in the world of today) it is Foxglove Summer by Ben Aaranovitch. If you include something truly weird, it is Finch by Jeff Vandermeer.”

“if graphic novels count (and I presume they do) the last fantasy book I read was Rat Queens, vol. 1 by Kurtis Wiebe. It is absolutely epic, and I would recommend the Rat Queens to anyone and everyone!”

The Blinding Knife - Brent WeeksThe Axeman's Jazz - Ray CelestinThe Nameless Dwarf - D. B. PriorMorning Star - Pierce Brown
The Name of the Wind - Patrick RothfussExcalibur - Bernard CornwellPrince of Thorns (Broken Empire 1) - Mark LawrenceKing of Thorns (Broken Empire 2) - Mark LawrenceA Natural History of Dragons: A Memoir by Lady Trent - Marie Brennan
The Tropic of Serpents - Marie BrennanFoxglove Summer - Ben AaronovitchFinch - Jeff VandermeerRat Queens, vol. 1 - Kurtis J. Wiebe

There are ebooks are available for The Blinding Knife, The Axeman’s Jazz, Morning Star, The Name of the Wind, Excalibur, Prince of Thorns, King of Thorns, A Natural History of Dragons, The Tropic of Serpents, Foxglove SummerFinch, and Rat Queens, vol. 1.

Thank you to everyone who entered.  We’re sorry if you didn’t win, but there will be more prize draws in the future.