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Blade And Bone (Book Of The Black Earth Part Three) by Jon Sprunk (book review).

March 1, 2018 | By | Reply More
Blade And Bone (Book Of The Black Earth Part Three) by Jon Sprunk (book review).

I’ve probably said it before, but it’s worth repeating, Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they’re always a little different. Fantasy and Science Fiction can be so very same-same and I don’t mind that. There’s a certain comfort to be derived from sinking […]

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Storm And Steel (The Book Of The Black Earth book two) by Jon Sprunk (book review)

June 26, 2015 | By | Reply More
Storm And Steel (The Book Of The Black Earth book two) by Jon Sprunk (book review)

Poor Horace. In ‘Blood and Iron’ (part one of The Book of the Black Earth) he escaped death only to be tossed in chains. He was freed only to be sucked into the politics and intrigue of the royal court. In saving the life of Queen Byleth, he painted a rather large target on his […]

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Blood And Iron (The Book Of The Black Earth, part one) by Jon Sprunk (book review)

June 10, 2015 | By | Reply More
Blood And Iron (The Book Of The Black Earth, part one) by Jon Sprunk (book review)

‘Blood And Iron’ is an engrossing novel of swords and sorcery. It’s tightly focused and complete, without a sprawling cast and endless appendix of subplots. That’s not to say Jon Sprunk tells a simple tale, he’s just managed to avoid the sinkhole of over-telling that sucks so much epic fantasy into the abyss. Horace, a […]

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Shadow’s Son (book 1) by Jon Sprunk (book review).

August 27, 2014 | By | Reply More
Shadow’s Son (book 1) by Jon Sprunk  (book review).

Caim is an assassin with an almost supernatural ability to get the job done. Along with Kit, his childhood friend and companion, who might not be real, he has killed his way through all sections of society. The first sign that something has gone wrong with his latest job is the large hole where the […]

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