New reviews are up — three submitted, two published, one still waiting as of this writing (Amazon.com looks over all reviews before publishing them, it can take as long as 48 hours for a review to be published).
- The Tyranny of the Night, Book One of the Instrumentalities of the Night by Glen Cook
- Lord of the Silent Kingdom, Book Two of the Instrumentalities of the Night by Glen Cook
- Tea: Essence of the Leaf by Sara Slavin and Karl Petzke
The review for The Tyranny of the Night is the one that hasn’t been published yet. My guess is because I added a link in my review to Dungeon, Fire and Sword: The Knights Templar in the Crusades by John J. Robinson. The Instrumentalities of the Night series is set in a world largely based on the Europe and the Middle East during the centuries of the later Crusades and would be very difficult to follow without knowing a fair amount of history about that time. I recommended Dungeon, Fire and Sword as a good book to read about that because I’ve read it and liked it.
Depending on which page I look on, Tea: Essence of the Leaf was written by two people, or five. So I just listed the two that are mentioned on the book’s spine.