Tags: K.J. Parker
Sharps by K. J. Parker Short Interview with K. J. Parker

Today I am pleased to have a brief interview with fantasy author K. J. Parker, whose books include the Engineer trilogy, The Folding Knife, and The Hammer. Sharps, K. J. Parker’s newest book, is out this week. Since I really enjoyed The Folding Knife, I was excited to have the opportunity to read Sharps a little early and ask the author a few questions about it. I also enjoyed Sharps because of the intelligent themes and well-written conversations and dialogue […]

Sharps by K. J. Parker Review of Sharps by K. J. Parker

Sharps is the latest book by K. J. Parker, who has written a great number of fantasy books including the Engineer trilogy and The Folding Knife. This is a stand alone book so you can read it even if you have never read a book by K. J. Parker before. Since Sharps is a book with some mystery surrounding it that is best read without knowing too much about the plot, I’m going to keep this one short. As can […]

Sharps by K. J. Parker The Leaning Pile of Books

The Leaning Pile of Books is a feature where I talk about books I got over the last week – old or new, bought or received for review. Since I hope you will find new books you’re interested in reading in these posts, I try to be as informative as possible. If I can find them, links to excerpts, author’s websites, and places where you can find more information on the book are included. This week brought 1 ARC and […]

The Folding Knife Review of The Folding Knife by K. J. Parker

The Folding Knife is a stand alone novel by K. J. Parker, although it is supposed to be set in the same world as some of the author’s other works.  K. J. Parker has also written the Engineer trilogy, the Fencer trilogy, the Scavenger trilogy, The Company, and The Hammer (which just came out earlier this month).  He/she is also known for his/her mysterious identity, as there is very little information about the author and speculation on just who he/she […]

The Leaning Pile of Books

It was actually leaning this week since I received 7 review copies and stacked them with the need-to-review pile as they came in (which is now at 5 since I read both The Thief by Megan Whalen Turner and Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews this week – I have started on The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms review and am hoping to finish it soon). These were all unexpected review copies but there are some I will definitely be reading because they […]