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by James A. Moore
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Alissa rated it 7 years ago
Actually, this was an odd read. I liked the tale, and finished the book, quite quickly, in fact, but on the whole, I felt the prose was missing, the dialogues were dull, and the character development a bit lacking. Also, there are many slow scenes, sometimes minor and boringly detailed, while other ...
11811 rated it 7 years ago
A pretty straight forward fantasy read but not exceptional IMHO. I'm familiar with Moore in the world of horror and the quality of his writing is top notch in any genre apparently but this particular story struck me as average.
Short Rambling Reviews
Short Rambling Reviews rated it 8 years ago
reviewed at mightylewry.wordpress.comRating: 4.5 out of 5.I was quite surprised by this book, I hadn't read anything of James A Moore before. More of his titles can be found here.This is a book about first contact with a new civilisation. Initially Captain Dulver ex military man now mercenary was ...
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins rated it 8 years ago
I was originally attracted to Seven Forges by the novelty or the uniqueness of its setting. It seems like the fantasy genre has taken a swing from forests to deserts over the past few years, but rarely does it do frozen wastes. Cover art to to the contrary, however, this really isn't an icebound tal...
Dantastic Book Reviews
Dantastic Book Reviews rated it 8 years ago
Another fun fantasy novel from Angry Robot.
BOOKWRAITHS REVIEWS rated it 8 years ago
Seven Forges is a tantalizing fantasy. The tale begins with one, Captain Merros Dulver, leading a small group of adventurers toward a range of unexplored mountains called the Seven Forges. The country the group must transverse is a frozen wasteland, wind blasted, and devoid of life; facts that have...
On Starships and Dragonwings
On Starships and Dragonwings rated it 8 years ago
Seven Forges by James A. Moore caught my eye by the cover and tagline “War is Coming.” (Maybe I was subliminally hoping for something similar to another popular series >.>) I didn’t actually realized until I finished Seven Forges that the guy on the cover has a silver hand, so I am helping you by po...
The BiblioSanctum
The BiblioSanctum rated it 8 years ago
4 stars at The BiblioSanctum http://bibliosanctum.blogspot.com/2013/09/book-review-seven-forges-by-james-moore.htmlI really, really liked Seven Forges. Still, I'll admit the book had me rolling with the punches for most of it. It left me cold for a long time, waiting for something awesome to happen,...
Jenn S. Bookworm
Jenn S. Bookworm rated it 8 years ago
Well written with potential of even greater things to come from this author. The plot starts out almost slow but captivating enough to pull the reader along into a very intriguing story that keeps your attention and desire to continue reading. The characters fit the genre while not feeling like ever...
Dantastic Book Reviews
Dantastic Book Reviews rated it 8 years ago
Charged with mapping the land beyond the Blasted Lands, a frozen wasteland devastated by a cataclysm centuries past, Major Merros Dulver encounter the Sa'ba Taalor, the denizens of the Seven Forges. The Sa'ba Taalor are a society of warriors living in a fertile valley amid the Seven Forges, seven v...
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