Crown of Ash (Blood Skies, Book 4) [NOOK Book]

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Book 4 of the Blood Skies saga.

Marooned in the remote criminal city of Blacksand, Eric Cross's team of mercenaries must help a local crime boss protect his territories from the Ebon Cities if they wish to get home, while Cross himself must escape a dreadful shadow realm called the Whisperlands.

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Crown of Ash (Blood Skies, Book 4)

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Overview

Book 4 of the Blood Skies saga.

Marooned in the remote criminal city of Blacksand, Eric Cross's team of mercenaries must help a local crime boss protect his territories from the Ebon Cities if they wish to get home, while Cross himself must escape a dreadful shadow realm called the Whisperlands.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044806740
  • Publisher: Steven Montano
  • Publication date: 8/19/2012
  • Series: Blood Skies , #4
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 237,436
  • File size: 704 KB

Meet the Author

I’m Steven Montano, an accountant who thinks he’s a writer, based mainly on the fact that I managed to get a few D&D adventures published roughly 2,000 years ago. I’ve been writing as a hobby for almost 20 years.I’m currently hard at work on the “Blood Skies” project, a post-apocalyptic dark fantasy fiction series. It has magic. And guns. And vampires. Really, what more could you want?
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2013

    Holy frickin' crap!

    Wow. This is one bad book, and not in a poorly written way. Montano has done it again. Cross, Kane, Black, and company are in for another treacherous journey. The Revengers battle seemed like a hardcore Battle Royale/Road Warrior battle. Steven has really put it to his characters. The Shadow Lords were a nice addition as well as the other villains this time. Danica Black - holy crap what does she have to go through and will she be in The Witch's Eye? Just when I thought Steven could not come up with more undead baddies, we get Scarecrows, Hexbats, etc as well as Ironnaughts and necronaughts and more. If these stories had to survive on description alone, it would do great. The action is mind-boggling and I've seen few authors do all but destroy their characters. The Black remains but the protagonists emerge mangled, beaten, gnarled, and we are left wondering how they will go on. Again, wow!

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