Tag Archive | Wil Radcliffe

Review: Daughter of Shadows by Wil Radcliffe

Review: Daughter of Shadows by Wil Radcliffe

Beyond the maddening edges of creation lurk nameless horrors greater than the Whisper King himself. To find his kidnapped daughter and save his hometown David Kinder must face these horrors, even as he tries to untangle a conspiracy that threatens to destroy the Whisper King’s empire in the Shadow Mountains. Along the way he reconnects […]

What Are You Reading Wednesday #28: Daughter of Shadows

What Are You Reading Wednesday #28: Daughter of Shadows

What Are You Reading Wednesdays #WAYRW is a weekly feature on It’s A Reading Thing. It’s fairly straight forward. Just answer a few simple questions about the book you are currently reading and the post it. If you use the image above, please make sure you link it back to It’s A Reading Thing. How […]

Excerpt: Daughter of Shadows by Wil Radcliffe

Excerpt: Daughter of Shadows by Wil Radcliffe

When I was very young my mother told me to never leave a job unfinished. All the same, I wasn’t ready to start telling the rest of my story. Wasn’t ready to wade back through all of that blood, and sweat, and shit again. But sometimes the words start seeping out, like pus from a […]

Top Ten Tuesday #13: Top 2015 New (to Me) Authors

Top Ten Tuesday #13: Top 2015 New (to Me) Authors

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Today’s theme is top ten new (to me) authors I’ve read in 2015. Listed below are several authors I’ve been introduced to this year. Some I really loved, some I enjoyed their concepts and ideas enough to include on this list. […]

Top Ten Tuesdays #10: Top Quotes from this Year

Top Ten Tuesdays #10: Top Quotes from this Year

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Today’s theme is about the top quotes from books we’ve read this year. I’ll admit, I’m not a quote person. I don’t memorize quotes and I rarely can repeat them. So I’ve been going through my reviews from the past few […]

Review: The Whisper King by Wil Radcliffe

Review: The Whisper King by Wil Radcliffe

There is a monster sleeping deep inside of you, and The Whisper King is coming to wake it up…and rip it out! My name is David Kinder. And this is my story… every goddamn bloodstained word of it. About 25 years ago when I was six my parents died in a car crash. I was […]