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Touch of Iron is Timandra Whitecastle’s debut novel, and is a savagely alluring tale of the danger of beauty, and the beauty of danger. It’s an account of an epic quest for a magical artifact, conscious sacrifice, and the ties that bind; the bonds of family, the bonds of love…

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Chains of Blood is the first installment in ML Spencer’s newest dark epic The Chaos Cycle, and is a tale of cunning demons, broken heroes, and the brutal and catastrophic realities of war. This book also marks my first descent into the war-torn lands…

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Solace Lost by Michael Sliter

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Ardia is on the brink of war. A tyrant, a mystery, and an enigma seek to bring the populace to its knees in submission, while horrors driven by hunger and rage are to be unleashed to drench the land in blood. The lives of four individuals are entwined, their sole purpose…

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Smoke and Stone by Michael R. Fletcher

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From beyond the realm of mankind the gods scheme. Father Death remains withdrawn in his sanctuary of the underworld, while the arrival of Mother Death at the towering walls of Bastion from the wasteland of the Bloody Desert marks the beginning of the end…

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Priest of Lies by Peter McLean

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Through fire and blood, Tomas Piety has cleansed the Wheels and the Docks of Ma Aditi and her Gutcutters, claiming the territories as his own. Quietly swayed by the Crown, the Pious Men grow in influential power, yet the Northern Sons…

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Priest of Bones by Peter McLean

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Tomas Piety – soldier, priest, crime boss – returns home after three long years at war, only to find all of his once-thriving businesses stripped from him by an unknown foe. With his brother and fellow soldiers at his back…

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Duel at Grimwood Creek by Lucas Thorn

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And our journey for vengeance continues in Duel at Grimwood Creek. Nysta races across the unrelenting Deadlands to intercept Raste and rest of the Bloody Nine before they slip away without giving her the satisfaction of wetting her blades…

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Revenge of the Elf by Lucas Thorn

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I began reading this book with basically no knowledge of what I was in for, other than the author telling me, and I quote: β€œPrepare for blood, violence, blood, swearing elves, violence, blood…”. Obviously, this became a must-read for me and Thorn so graciously delivered on his promise.