Thunder on the Battlefield: Sorcery

Thunder on the Battlefield: Sorcery

by James R. Tuck (Editor)


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ISBN-13: 9781937929268
Publisher: Seventh Star Press
Publication date: 08/20/2013
Pages: 460
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.02(d)

About 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.
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Thunder on the Battlefield: Sorcery 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SheilaDeeth More than 1 year ago
A companion collection to Thunder on the Battlefield: Swords, this second anthology offers some intriguing female heroes with foul moods, strange forms, and powerful loves, loyalties and affections. Ghosts of a distant world that might be our future, bombed or sunken and burned, fill these tales, changing direction and dragging their readers to lands of screaming seas and mysterious pasts. Complex, multifaceted foes, sometimes lyrical prose, dark evils, curious angels and cherubians, portals, faith and war; this collection has it all. And there’s even a Halfling hiding somewhere in there! “I don’t want to be a warrior’s wife,” says one character. “I want to be a warrior.” And a fine one she is, well-portrayed, inspiring me to look for more books by her author, S. H. Roddy. Then there’s the wonder of finding Steven Shrewsbury’s Gorias, remembered from longer tales, and then... and then... It’s another fine collection of sword and sorcery to ensorcel fans of the genre, and another fine read. Disclosure: I was given a free ecopy during the blog tour and just wish I’d got around to reading it sooner.