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lindbergseth rated it 2 years ago
When comes my numbered day, I will meet it smiling. For I’ll have kept this oath.I shall use my arms to shield the weak.I shall use my lips to speak the truth, and my eyes to see it.I shall use my hands to mete justice to high and low, and I will weigh all things with heart and mind.Where I walk the...
lindbergseth rated it 3 years ago
"Behold! I have fashioned a magazine like those from fabled days of yore. It overflows with thrilling adventures. There are swords, and there is sorcery. There are dark deeds and daring rescues. There are lands where heroes fear to tread." - The Magician's Skull speaks in Kickstarter Should you tru...
J Lenni Dorner
J Lenni Dorner rated it 6 years ago
Wow! This book was better, and different, than expected. It isn't just another book on craft. It's barely even a reference guide. It has essays packed with valuable tips written by authors I love. Sure, a few of these were not in my niche, but the ones that were blew my mind. I could not recommend t...
Death by Books
Death by Books rated it 8 years ago
I'm giving this book four stars because I enjoyed pretty much every word in it. So why not five? Because for the most part I did not come away from the book with any great insights that would change the course of my writing. It was a very entertaining read, especially Orson Scott Cards' section, ...
Bryan Thomas Schmidt
Bryan Thomas Schmidt rated it 10 years ago
A fun, charming, entertaining adventure with great historical settings, great characterization, good mix of action, humor, intrigue and suspense as well as speculative elements. An old fashioned heroic fantasy/sword and sorcery mix--technically historical fantasy per the author. Well written and a f...
The Deckled Edge
The Deckled Edge rated it 10 years ago
This book was a fun sword-and-sorcery adventure yarn set in 8th Century Baghdad. Think of the Prince of Persia movie, but more historically accurate and better written. I get the sense that could be more stories set with the two main characters and it will be fun to read them if they are ever writ...
book reviews forevermore
book reviews forevermore rated it 10 years ago
Very enjoyable; had a hard time putting it down, even for dinner. It's told from the viewpoint of the faithful warrior, which is an interesting take in fantasy--lots of bards, scholars and loveable scoundrels narrating, but not many warriors. It's an interesting viewpoint, because often his interp...
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Dantastic Book Reviews rated it 13 years ago
Thoughts from the halfway mark:Harold Lamb really knows how to tell a good adventure yarn. Not only that, his stories are very well researched, a rarity among pulp stories. The stories in this volume range from twenty to eighty pages, good for an evening's read. The writing is detailed but not as...
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