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by Jon Sprunk
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Book Stylist
Book Stylist rated it 3 years ago
(These are book club questions for the entire book. There will be spoilers)Blood and Iron by Jon Sprunk Book Club1. What do you think of the 3rd person narration?2. How do you feel about Horace?3. Do you feel like you are experiencing the shipwreck with Horace?4. Horace is dropped into a world wher...
myworldinwordsandpages
myworldinwordsandpages rated it 5 years ago
Horace wakes in a home of strangers speaking a language quite different from any he's ever heard after being washed off the deck of the ship he worked on. Horace is in his countries enemy land, and learns the magic that lays within him when a frightening chaos storm of green lightning rolls in while...
BOOKWRAITHS REVIEWS
BOOKWRAITHS REVIEWS rated it 5 years ago
The thought that springs to mind after finishing Blood and Iron is disappointing. It really is a shame that such a well written novel – endowed with all the attributes necessary for it to be an epic fantasy "must read" – allowed a familiar fantasy trope to derail such a promising story. Unfortunat...
Jasmyn's Reviews
Jasmyn's Reviews rated it 6 years ago
Welcome to the Crusades - only a little different. Horace is a ship's carpenter and finds himself shipwrecked on the shores of the heretics - the Akeshians. Horace seems to be the main player in the story as he discovers he has a magical ability not seen in ages. Because of this ability, he is offer...
Closet Geeks and Slow Mo
Closet Geeks and Slow Mo rated it 6 years ago
This had so much promise. But sadly I found myself being bored at times. I think many hard core Fantasy (guys) will like this however, it's more for lover of the Wheel of time, than me.The world building was quite intriguing, quite classic epic fantasy with it's own unique world inspired by the anci...
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