I Know Not: The Legacy Of Fox Crow
Being a bastard is sometimes a survival trait. I am not a bad man. Well, I must be honest with myself: I don't try to be a bad man. It just seems to... happen. I woke up in a castle populated by corpses. Devoid of past or present, bereft of even a name, so I must be honest with myself. I... show more
Being a bastard is sometimes a survival trait. I am not a bad man. Well, I must be honest with myself: I don't try to be a bad man. It just seems to... happen. I woke up in a castle populated by corpses. Devoid of past or present, bereft of even a name, so I must be honest with myself. I discovered I am a wizard with a blade, silent as the wind, and as deadly as a forest fire. When other men look and see safety, I can feel the ambush coming. When others see only smiles, I can smell the hidden plots and secreted knives. When others only see walls and guards, I can find a highway to the heart of the most imposing castle. I wish I knew what all these things mean, but I must be honest with myself and say I know not. I must be honest because I am a fantastic liar. If I begin lying to myself I will not be able to survive. And I intend to survive. A virtuoso in the symphonies of death, follow Fox Crow as he begins a journey of self discovery begun in an abbitoir, that continues through forbidding lands and the courts of the highest born, and culminates in the coldest darkness filled with temptation and murder. The first fantasy novel of award winning author, James Daniel Ross, I Know Not is a hard hitting, gritty, adventure. Welcome to a world with far more shadows than sunshine. Walk the forest paths where the faries eat human flesh. Explore a world where the heroes may wear black.
Publish date: May 31st 2011
Publisher: Dark Quest, LLC
Pages no: 248
Edition language: English
First, I'm going to point out that this book is actually four stars, not three. It was repetitive and often cheap in the way it jumped from plot point to plot point, and aside from the MC there was almost no characterization of the cast, but for some reason I enjoyed it anyway. The fight scenes, alt...