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Dave Duncan
Dave Duncan is a prolific writer of fantasy and science fiction, best known for his fantasy series, particularly The Seventh Sword, A Man of His Word, and The King's Blades. He is both a founding and honorary lifetime member of SF Canada. Dave and his wife Janet, his in-house editor and partner... show more

Dave Duncan is a prolific writer of fantasy and science fiction, best known for his fantasy series, particularly The Seventh Sword, A Man of His Word, and The King's Blades. He is both a founding and honorary lifetime member of SF Canada. Dave and his wife Janet, his in-house editor and partner for over fifty years, live in Victoria, British Columbia. They have three children and four grandchildren. Visit his blog and webpage: www.daveduncan.com
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Birth date: January 01, 1933
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TwistedAlyce
TwistedAlyce rated it 2 years ago
A fun listen.
ELK's Library
ELK's Library rated it 3 years ago
The Gilded chain could have been a decent book. It had an interesting premise, a group of men trained to be Blades, the best swordsmen in the kingdom, magically bonded to protect one individual until their ward dies or their bond is broken and they retire. I liked how the author attempted to handle ...
XLeptodactylous
XLeptodactylous rated it 5 years ago
An Alien is saved from a bear by a women with a gun and a mysterious past and they travel across Canada where they fall in love and learn all about each other... The premise was kind of intriguing but the execution wasn't up to much. Terrible writing with a lovely rape joke right there at the beginn...
fruitcakes
fruitcakes rated it 5 years ago
He's just SO BAD at writing women. Also this weird flashback timeywimey bullshit is bulllllllllshit.
fruitcakes
fruitcakes rated it 5 years ago
First I had forgotten about the TIMEY WIMEY bullshit that Duncan tries to sell you in this book. Second, I found parts INCREDIBLY boring and the whole "everything is a flashback wah hey!!" Is more bs. I did like AElred tho, and I liked the call backs re: unwilling queens. Also, Duncan walks the "NO ...
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