Assassin’s Apprentice – by Robin Hobb

 Posted by Andrew: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary Robin Hobb doesn’t attempt to reinvent the fantasy wheel – she simply crafts it beautifully. Assassin’s Apprentice is the story of Fitz, a royal bastard, cast out by his impoverished family and forced into the hands of the unsuspecting royal household. As the illegitimate child of Chivalry Farseer, Fitz […]

Step-By-Step Tarot – by Terry Donaldson

Posted by Kieran: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary I always thought tarot reading was an art reserved for mystics and fortune tellers, people who possess that innate gift of intuition that can’t be taught but instead is nurtured as it is passed down through the ages. I must admit, it was something I was a little wary […]

Shards of A Broken Crown – By Raymond E. Feist

Posted by Parastou: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary To all the die-hard fantasy readers out there, if you haven’t already read this book, or this series, you must do so immediately. Right now. Go! Raymond Feist has been on my ‘to read’ list forever, but I never actually got round to reading any of them.  When Shards […]

House of Many Ways – By Diana Wynne Jones

Posted by Parastou: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary Stevie would normally be your ‘go to’ person for children’s books – she absolutely loves them.  Well, all I have to say after reading this book is … step back Stevie, I’m the new children’s fan! This book is chaotically magical and a great read for any age group. Charmain […]

Dandelion Wine – By Ray Bradbury

Posted By Stevie: Tweet #neverendinglibrary It’s summer 1928 and twelve year old Douglas Spalding is on a mission to record every last magical moment. Be it Happiness Machines, vanilla-lime ice cream, phone calls to Buenos Aires or making healing dandelion wine – it’s all magic in his eyes. Having grown up amidst a family of […]