The Roads to Baldairn Motte
"The Roads to Baldairn Motte contains some of the best and most thought provoking studies in heroism at the individual level that I’ve seen in quite a while.” - Rogue Blades Entertainment "I was drawn into the world of Baldairn Motte at once by the rich prose and the promise of high adventure,... show more
"The Roads to Baldairn Motte contains some of the best and most thought provoking studies in heroism at the individual level that I’ve seen in quite a while.”
- Rogue Blades Entertainment
"I was drawn into the world of Baldairn Motte at once by the rich prose and the promise of high adventure, but it was the characters and the fast moving story that held me literary hostage."
- James P. Blaylock
"Whores become heroes, farmers become freedom fighters and healers strike down the unjust against the backdrop of a land in turmoil. The authors have created a rich world that leaps off the page…."
- Misty Massey
A king's death creates a war of succession that will carve a bloody trail through noble families and commoners alike.
The sea captain of the Black Wind is forced into the service of a powerful Earl. Ensnared in a tangle of bargains and betrayal, the captain and his crew fight for survival, finding allies in the unlikeliest of places.
A crofter hunts for his missing sons at the peril of his life and honor, while a war-hungry miller follows his lord to battle. Hungry and exhausted, both men will find they are but disregarded pawns in the game of politics.
Far in the north, the commander of the Titan Guard travels to the edges of civilization to enlist the help of barbarian giants known as the Marchers. But such aid comes at a cost, and the price of victory may spell doom for all.
Duty. Honor. Conquest. The Roads to Baldairn Motte.
Publish date: January 2nd 2014
Publisher: Reputation Books
Edition language: English
The Roads to Baldairn Motte is an epic fantasy in the vein of Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire and Erikson’s The Malazan Book of the Fallen, in that it has a large list of characters, each with different plots, all of whom are caught up in a continent spanning war. Where those more famous epic fantas...
For a heroic fantasy novel written by not one, not two, but three authors - Garrett Calcaterra, Craig Comer, and Ahimsa Kerp - The Roads to Baldairn Motte is a surprisingly well-structured, remarkably cohesive tale that actually benefits from the different voices, without seeming fragmented. It's wo...