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Posted August 27, 2012
Blood, Faith, and Steel is a fast paced, exciting fantasy adventure that grabs the reader from the first paragraph and holds the interest to the very last word. It left me wanting to read more of the adventures of the troop of unlikely companions. The battles are exhilarating and gory enough to satisfy the most bloodthirsty reader.
I'd recomment it to everyone from teens to seniors.
Posted July 16, 2012
Read the book under recommendation and felt at first as if it would be just another fantasy novel, and was glad to say it was not ordinary. The book follows a normally peace loving cleric in a D&D enviornment, who has found himself in a party with a few bloodthirsty allies, whos inability to follow simple orders often puts them in dangerous and occasionally humorous situations.
The characters manage to keep from being stale or stereotypical by unique personalities regardless of their profession. My favorite is the suprisingly intelligent half orc barbarian who manages to show brains beneath his brawn.
Actual storytelling is done as written perspective by the individual who has already experienced the events, allowing humorous hindset inserts inbetween visually detailed situations.
All in all a good read, and looking forward to any sequels.
Posted July 13, 2012
This book was very good and I loved every minute of the book. The characters and the plot were well thought out and the story keep me interested until the end. I can't wait to read the his next book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.