Scourge of the Betrayer
Publish date: May 1st 2012
Publisher: Night Shade Books
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Bloodsounder's Arc (#1)
The rest of you can do what you like with your hours. Drink, dice, what have you. Only don’t tussle with the city watch, don’t draw attention to yourself, and don’t spill any blood.”Vendurro shook his head, “So, lock ourselves in our rooms is what you’re saying?”
I REALLY LIKED IT This was a terribly hard review to write. Honestly, this was sooooooo close to falling into my I LOVED IT category, but when I thought back on my reading, I did a lot of skimming. What I loved most? The Captain and his weapon, Bloodsounder. Sadly, by the time I really came to b...
Scourge of the Betrayer is one of those rare books. A novel that takes the familiar tropes of a particular genre, tweaks them ever so slightly until you (a long time reader) find that your expectations of that genre have been suddenly raised to a new level. And how did Jeff Salyards do that, you a...
Writing: 4.5Story/Plot: 4Depth/Detail: 2.5Enjoyment: 4.5I wasn't totally positive what to expect going into Scourge; I've seen reviews pointing both directions, from spectacular to lackluster. What I found was somewhere in between those, but much closer to the spectacular side, in my opinion. The st...
As seen on Stumptown Books.For the right person, this book will be amazing. It has a lot of really great elements - not just blood and guts, but well-choreographed fight scenes, a sentient weapon, a memorable voice, and enough questions to keep the pages turning.Look, I can handle fight scenes. Girl...