I Remember My First Time (Sword and Sorcery)

I Remember My First Time (Sword and Sorcery)

by Dylan Doose

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A fantasy adventure for fans of Joe Abercrombie, Mark Lawrence and Scott Lynch!

Timothy Golden Boy O’Connor chose a life of piracy over a life at the seminary. When he and the crew of the Sea Maggot are cornered by Brynth’s navy, outnumbered and outgunned, O’Connor is forced to prove his bones and carve his place into the annals of outlaw history next to his comrades, the ship’s mythic mage, and their fabled captain. When the cannons have been fired, when the blades have sung their song, when the smoke clears, will a legend rise or will only death linger?

This is a stand-alone story that can be read at any point in the series!

Don't miss the dark fantasy that reviewers are calling 'intense,' 'a gem,' and 'a short read painted as meticulously as a Van Gogh'—get your copy of I Remember My First Time today!

Read all the books in the Sword and Sorcery Series!

Fire and Sword (Volume 1)

Catacombs of Time (Volume 2)

I Remember My First Time (short story)

The Pyres (Volume 3)

Ice and Stone (Volume 4)

As They Burn (Volume 5)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153363448
Publisher: Dylan Doose
Publication date: 07/27/2016
Series: Sword and Sorcery , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 63,011
File size: 460 KB

About the Author

Writer of fantasy. Sculptor. Bad fitness advice. In between writing books Dylan Doose fills his not-so-busy schedule with the practising of martial arts, mountain biking, paddle surfing, weight lifting, and of course HBO, PS4 and increasing the size of his beloved personal library. Find Dylan online at www.DylanDooseAuthor.com

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I Remember My First Time (Sword and Sorcery, #3) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
More of a young adult book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a very dark book, but one that ponders throughout "What constitutes good, vs. evil, and what dictates the worth of a man?". Very thought provoking and insightful reading. This book is very similar Joe Abercrombie's books, so if you've read his books, you will know what to expect. It is very well written, especially for a new author, and I came close to giving it 5 stars - and I give very few 5 stars.