Children of Earth and Sky, by Guy Gavriel Kay

CHILDREN OF EARTH AND SKY Guy Gavriel Kay Berkley Trade Paperback $17.00 / 592 pages May 2, 2017 “This big, powerful fantasy offers an intricately detailed setting, marvelously believable characters, and an international stew of cultural and religious conflict writ larger than large.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review “Kay triumphs at …

The Summer Tree, by Guy Gavriel Kay

Genre: Fantasy Publisher: New American Library Published: 1986 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by David Hart Have you read this book? This is the first of the Fionavar Tapestry trilogy, the others being The Wandering Fire and The Darkest Road. This is a trilogy in the sense of one story spread …

The Darkest Road, by Guy Gavriel Kay

Genre: Fantasy Publisher: New American Library Published: 1987 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by David Hart Have you read this book? This is the last of the Fionavar Tapestry trilogy, following The Summer Tree and The Wandering Fire. The build-up continues towards the decisive battle between good and evil, which will …

The Wandering Fire, by Guy Gavriel Kay

Genre: Fantasy Publisher: New American Library Published: 1986 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by David Hart Have you read this book? This is the second of the Fionavar Tapestry trilogy. Often the middle book of a trilogy is the weakest. Not so here; the story maintains the same high standard that …

Lord of Emperors, by Guy Gavriel Kay

Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Harper Collins Published: 2001 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by David Hart Have you read this book? This is the second and concluding part of the Sarantine Mosaic, the first being the excellent Sailing to Sarantium. That book told the tale of the mosaicist Caius Crispus, travelling from …

Sailing to Sarantium, by Guy Gavriel Kay

Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Harper Collins Published: 1999 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by Aaron M. Renn Have you read this book? I wanted to like this book. I really did. But in the end I can’t help but conclude that it was a pretty disappointing piece of work. Sailing to Sarantium …