The Art of Combat

The Art of Combat by Joachim Meyer Translated by Jeffrey L. Forgeng Review   This is a translation of a text that was written in 1570 by Joachim Meyer.  It is a full guide to German martial arts of the time. The introduction is very informative and gives historical details of the time that helps…

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London Curiosities

London Curiosities by John Wade Review This is such a cool book!  Its a listing of all the odd left overs from buildings, bridges, or odd historical relics that have been left around the city of London.  The chapters break down various categories such as Clocks, Monuments and Memorials, Roman Remains, etc. Many of the objects…

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Blood Singer Series (1-7)

The Blood Singer Series (books 1-7) by Cat Adams Review This series reminded me of the Hollows by Kim Harrison, but not as good.  Celia Graves is a security specialist who gets attacked one night by a bat (slang for vampire).  Once turned, she activates dormant powers of being a Siren.  For the rest of…

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