Thunder on the Battlefield: Sword

Thunder on the Battlefield: Sword

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by James R. Tuck
     
 

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HARK! to the sounds of battle. Mighty men and women who take their destinies with the strength of their arm and the sharpness of their blades. These are tales of warriors, reavers, barbarians, and kings. Lands of wonder populated with monsters, black-hearted sorcerors of Stygian power, and heroes who have blood on their hands and on their steel.

This is SWORD AND

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HARK! to the sounds of battle. Mighty men and women who take their destinies with the strength of their arm and the sharpness of their blades. These are tales of warriors, reavers, barbarians, and kings. Lands of wonder populated with monsters, black-hearted sorcerors of Stygian power, and heroes who have blood on their hands and on their steel.

This is SWORD AND SORCERY.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781937929244
Publisher:
Seventh Star Press
Publication date:
08/20/2013
Pages:
438
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.97(d)

Meet the Author

James R. Tuck is the author of the Deacon Chalk series of Dark Urban Fantasy novels and the editor of this anthology. A professional tattoo artist for nearly two decades, he lives in Metro Atlanta where he owns Family Tradition Tattoo. His time not slinging ink on skin or page are spent with his lovely wife and children or taking pictures of cool and interesting things.
Find out more at:
www.jamesrtuck.com

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Thunder on the Battlefield: Sword 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SheilaDeeth More than 1 year ago
“Transcend reality with seventh star press,” says the blurb, and this book certainly does that. Hunters, farmers, and soldiers are all different, and so are the cultures they come from. G. Jerome Henson’s slow-building Horde yields the field to the echoing refrain of D. T. Neal’s Grinders, with hints of distant worlds and secrets untold. From earthly desert to Valhalla, from centaurs to hired swords, with gods of Egypt, Israel and more, this anthology has some haunting, surprising tales, lots of great characters, and a wonderful feel of having only glimpsed the curious worlds that lie out there. I tried to pick a favorite tale for this review, but kept revising my choice, Loraine Parker’s Thief of Souls might win, or D. T. Neal’s Wolf and Crow. But maybe I’ll just say I like them all, reveling in the powerful ending offered by Jessica Veter’s Witch of Rymal Pass, with secrets and loss all revealed in perfect time. Disclosure: I was given a free ecopy during the blog tour; just wish I’d found time to read it earlier.