I really love these books! If you burn through authors like I do, you will be happy to discover this well crafted 9 book series. Go, E. E. Knight, Go!
I haven't been this excited about a first book to a series since Patrick Rothuss's "The Name of the Wind."
Like "The Name of the Wind" and R.R. Martin's, "A Game of Thrones" it starts a bit slow but firmly sets it's hooks.
I'm only 1/2 way through and I had to stop and say, if you like any of Brandon's books you need to get this title while it is only 1 credit. I can't take the earbuds out. I shudder to think that this book will end and I will have to wait for the next one to come out.
Brandon, you have always created really quality tales and I like them all. If anyone asks me, I will say that so far, this promises to be the best of them all! I am in awe of the creative depth of this world and how strongly I care about these characters. Excellent! Bravo! Three Cheers!
I absolutely love this series! I flew threw every book in this series and hated running dry. Book 9 "March in Country" comes out Dec 7th 2010 and I have marked my calender!
What if the New World Order were really an ancient Vampiric race of inter-dimensional beings that once again tried to shackle mankind in bondage forever? Well, they should have picked a more timid species to try to dominate and feed off of.
The Author is brilliant and must be a serious history and geography aficionado. I am hopelessly addicted and long for the next book in the series.
Thanks Mr. Knight for the excellent story!
I am so glad I have found another author that I can trust to deliver a worthwhile experience. It is really a bad deal to take a gamble on a new writer and feel you 'wasted' your credits.
When the reviews are skimpy, I run to other review sites to see what others say. It appears that the titles have been changed a bit from the original works. At first, I thought the book left off in a ridiculous place until I realized that I only d/l'ed the first of 2 parts. I have already d/l'ed the 2nd book so there will be no waiting.
I rarely write reviews but since there are so few, I thought I would say a word or two to others who spend their credits cautiously. This writer is sophisticated and dark. I think of Robin Hobb's strong character development mixed with Robert Jordan's poetic skill. Any would be writers would do well to humble yourself observing this writers mastery.
If you are looking for something after this, I strongly recommend R.R. Martin's "A Song of Fire and Ice" series. Pretty much, most works pale in comparison to R.R. Martin's.
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