Sword of the North
Pages no: 430
Edition language: English
Series: Grim Company (#2)
As slow as I was in making my way through this sequel to Luke Scull's impressive debut, The Grim Company, one might think I was disappointed, bored, or some nasty combination of the two.In fact, I was naught but entertained ... and exceedingly time-poor.I've developed something of a pattern to my pu...
As a huge lover of the first book of this series, Sword of the North was a novel I had to get my hands on. The Grim Company had introduced me to a delicious grimdark world populated with so many fantastic characters and filled with loads and loads of gory action that I really needed another fix of L...
POV's: Multiple Narrative:Third Person, Limited, SubjectiveMy first reaction when I finished Sword of the North was: You want gritty, this is like rubbing yourself all over with an emery board!Sword of The North is possibly the darkest Grimdark novels I have read in quite some time. The world is bro...
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