This challenge is organized by Felicia over at the Geeky Blogger's Book Blog, but this week Jen is hosting
Saturday 6 km bike
Sunday - 1 hour walk
Monday - 1 hour workout class + 10 km bike
Tuesday - 5 km bike and 30 min walk
Wednesday - 20 min walk, 1 hour zumba and 10 km bike
Thursday - 5 km bike
Friday 10 km bike
I have not taken any pics! Booo. Ok so instead I will post a pic from where I live, some of you have already seen it, but that is mostly the bookblogwalkers :) So that is why I always take my nature pics ;)
Written in the form of a soldier's manual on strategy, tactics and weapons THE ORCS WAR-FIGHTING MANUAL is an innovative and fun way for readers and gamers to add colour and excitement to their knowledge of fantasy's premier villains. Translated from the original Orcish the book contains details on Orc strengths and weakness, key tactics, survival and field tips and accounts of notorious battles from Orc history as well as key tips on defeating Elves and Dwarves. Puny humans are not considered worth discussing. With companion volumes for Elves and Dwarves, gaming and comics writer Den Patrick builds up his very own fantasy world and tells its history in a unique and entertaining way. Illustrated throughout and comes complete with battle and formation maps.
This was witty and fun. It's what the title says, an Orc war manual. A human scribe tries to learn as much as he can so we learn where to fight, what weapons are best and more. Would you find that amusing? Well it was! I found myself smiling because Orcs are not creatures to joke but the book had the best footnotes. Witty remarks by the scribe.
Humans and elves are silly things. The abuse they took here, ha. The only race that had some worth (when not eaten) were goblins. And it did seem that dwarves got some respect.
This book did made me wanna check out the elf war manual too. As I found this one witty, then how would the elf one be? Proud beings as they must be.
If you want to learn about orcs, or just have a good laugh then this one will fit you
Hardcover, 129 pages
Published August 15th 2013 by Gollancz