Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code

Miles Cameron - Community Reviews back

sort by language
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 4 years ago
Through most of it didn't care enough, by the end I was quite interested in what was going to happen to some of the characters.
There Are Inkspots On My Page!
There Are Inkspots On My Page! rated it 5 years ago
The Fell Sword picks up where The Red Knight finishes, with the Captain leading his men on to their next job. It was just as good a read as The Red Knight - where The Red Knight was non-stop drama and action, The Fell Sword has a bit more character development and world building. I really liked bein...
Alissa rated it 5 years ago
This collection is difficult to review. I didn't dislike it, but on the whole, I found entertaining just half of the stories, and it took me really longer than usual to finish reading. I usually like anthologies because I can discover new authors, or read short stories by authors I know, in this cas...
L.K. Evans Blog
L.K. Evans Blog rated it 6 years ago
I enjoyed this book quite a bit. The story is immensely entertaining and keeps your mind working to try to figure out what is going on. I must say that it took me a while to settle into the setting of the book. This is the first fantasy book that keeps close to christian religion. It kinda threw me ...
Burgoo rated it 6 years ago
Disappointing after the excellent first volume in the series. http://fedpeaches.blogspot.com/2014/04/another-problematic-second-book.html
Speculating on SpecFic
Speculating on SpecFic rated it 6 years ago
This is going to be a difficult book to review, because there were times I loved it, times I hated it, times I was absolutely engaged in the story and times when I was bored senseless. An ambitious début, The Red Knight uses the well-used tropes of medieval epic fantasy to tell the story of a compan...
tenaciousreader rated it 7 years ago
This is very much an epic book with wonderful prose. But prepare for a time investment to come up to speed on everything. Personally, I think it was worth it.My full review:http://wildersbookreview.com/2013/07/26/the-red-knight-by-miles-cameron/
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 7 years ago
Tries unsuccessfully to mine the "grimmer" Abercrombie's and Mark Lawrence's headspace by emulating a very colloquial dialogue style, specially among their military characters. The structure of the book is in short sections from multiple points-of-view and it doesn't work well in terms of narrative ...
Need help?