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by Craig Saunders
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Book Frivolity.....
Book Frivolity..... rated it 3 years ago
I picked out Masters of Blood and Bone as my next review, because I honestly think it is a little piece of genius expounding the gluttony of power, disguised as a dark fantasy novel. Which was a bit of a blind sight, considering I picked it up thinking it was a Harry Dresden/John Taylor-esque parano...
Chris' Eclectic Book Reviews
Chris' Eclectic Book Reviews rated it 3 years ago
I received an ARC copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Another very good title from Darkfuse, which is publishing very original dark fiction that defies any genre categorization with each new work.Very unusual book that plays fast and loose with mythological figures in an a...
BooksChatter
BooksChatter rated it 3 years ago
Published 3 February 2015 by DarkFuse Number of pages: 235 My rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ I really liked it Holland's a man who's good with death. Good at death.When his daughter goes missing, he finds himself pitted in a deadly game against the Gods themselves. Powerful enemies surround him—a changeling, a ...
Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 3 years ago
“...he hadn’t died, and he kept on not dying, until it had become kind of a habit, like cigarettes and bacon.” I admit that I was a bit concerned when I found out it this had wizards in it. I was thinking, sh*t, there is probably frickin’ dragons in here too. Dragons and wizards are not my bag. (So...
From Dark Places
From Dark Places rated it 3 years ago
‘Blackness, absolute. No sense of sight at all. Nothing to see. No glimmer, no glow, no spark. No color, not even from her eyelids. She was accustomed to dark— she lived, isolated, by the sea. Darkness there, on a clouded night, she’d thought was the most complete dark in the universe. She’d been w...
Lornographic Material
Lornographic Material rated it 3 years ago
All the imagination of a Clive Barker novel in a succinct, easy-to-read package. All fun. Zero filler. Craig Saunders has done it again. Holland and Ank are two of the coolest, most lovable characters I've read. These two alone make the book hard as shit to put down. Add in the crazy, over-the-to...
Andreya's Asylum
Andreya's Asylum rated it 3 years ago
I'm not big on fantasy novels but I am big on Craig Sunders and I have to say that he pulled this one off quite well. The story is complex but not incomprehensible, which I appreciate. The writing is deep and thoughtful, witty and amusing, and all of Saunders that I am used to. The story centers a...
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