The Tower of Fear
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 1st 1991
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Review updated on October 2, 2016. This is a buddy read with my fellow die-hard Glen Cook fans A city-state of Qushmarrah used to be under a ruthless rule of an evil wizard Narkar until the day it was conquered by Herodians - a rival nation. Herodians would not have a chance against Narkar, but at ...
If you're after some fantasy that isn't pseudo-medieval, this is a pretty good choice, being set in a clearly middle-eastern-like environment. And if you're a Cook fan like me, this is not awful, although I can't rate it as high as the Black Company books. And it's a standalone, a rare thing in fant...
This is a really good book (standalone - another plus for it in my book). It reminded me of Books of South from Black Company in style. It has a lot of fractions, backstabbing, etc. - very entertaining and worth reading.