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Soulrazor (Blood Skies, Book 3)
     

Soulrazor (Blood Skies, Book 3)

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by Steven Montano
 

The war continues…

Eric Cross and his team of elite mercenaries are tasked with halting vampire activity near the remote city-state of Fane, where the Ebon Cities have teamed up with a former Revenger in search of a deadly weapon called Soulrazor.

Overview

The war continues…

Eric Cross and his team of elite mercenaries are tasked with halting vampire activity near the remote city-state of Fane, where the Ebon Cities have teamed up with a former Revenger in search of a deadly weapon called Soulrazor.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044676541
Publisher:
Steven Montano
Publication date:
06/20/2012
Series:
Blood Skies , #3
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
463,342
File size:
712 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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Soulrazor (Blood Skies, Book 3) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a cool addition to the Blood Skies series. This one had the addition of new characters, newish adversaries and some new info on what has happened before. The first part had me wondering what extra goings-on was lurking. Lo and behold, something pretty big was in the wings. Steven did this without too much exposition or any foreshadowing (that I could find.) It felt like things were too quiet. I liked the twists with Soulrazor, though I expected a name for the third blade. Nice use of time travel; it wasn't the typical use. I really like that we find out the truth of Cross's spirit. Still not who I thought it would be, but very ... interesting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago