Hello! This is my first proper TBR

The Weavers of Saramyr (The Braided Path, #1) by Chris Wooding

The Weavers of Saramyr is book one in Chris Wooding’s The Braided Path series. The book is set in a world with magic in it, but an organization of men called the Weavers controls all magic and kills any child born with it, calling them Abberants. The book follows a couple of different protagonists, some abberants themselves, as they navigate an increase in warped and sometimes evil abberants in nature (and in people), as the Weaver’s try and take control over their society.

The Weavers of Saramyr was published by Gollancz in 2004.

The Fifth Season (The Broken Earth, #1) by N.K. Jemisin

The Fifth Season is set in a world very similar to our own in terms of technology, but with the addition of magic and magical people. The book follows a woman named Essun who is searching for her remaining living child while the world is collapsing around her. As empires fall and nations war for control, Essun searches for her child in a post-apocalyptic environment.

The Fifth Season was published by Orbit in 2015.

Prince of Fools (The Red Queen’s War, #1) by Mark Lawrence

Prince of Fools follows protagonist Jalan Kendeth as his grandmother, the Red Queen, faces a war, calling on her family to defend the realm against an army rumoured to be undead. Making unlikely allies along the way, Jal must travel across the realm and undo a spell.

Prince of Fools was published by Ace in 2014.

A Crown for Cold Silver (The Crimson Empire, #1) by Alex Marshall

Retired General Cobalt Zosia’s hard fought peace is threatened as someone slaughters her village, and she must come out of retirement to seek vengeance and find justice.

A Crown for Cold Silver was published by Orbit in 2015.

Theft of Swords (The Riyria Revelations, #1-2) by Michael J. Sullivan

Two men, a thief named Royce Melborn and a mercenary named Hadrian Blackwater, are falsely accused of murdering the king. The two set on a quest to figure out who framed them and solve the conspiracy surrounding their accusation.

Theft of Swords was published by Orbit by 2011.

So far, it’s looking like a good month for books! I’ve ready other titles written by Alex Marshall, Michael J. Sullivan, and Mark Lawrence — can’t say any of them were really outstanding, but they’re all enjoyable reads, which I find is my only real requirement at the moment. Have you read any of these books? Do you have any suggestions?

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