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The Iron Wolves (The Rage of Kings Book 1) Kindle Edition

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'Andy Remic has to be given credit for his unflinching style which is certainly not for everyone. The action and gore levels are increased, while the characters are all tested and reveal more about themselves… The action and snappy dialogue are all here. This book delivers exactly what its predecessor promised: the ability to bewitch the reader and to turn your expectations upside down.' --Fantasy Book Critic

About the Author

The author of The Clockwork Vampire Chronicles Andy Remic is a British writer with a love of ancient warfare, mountain climbing and sword fighting. Once a member of the Army of Iron, he has since retired from a savage world of blood-oil magick and gnashing vachines, and works as an underworld smuggler of rare dog-gems in the seedy districts of Falanor. In his spare time, he writes out his fantastical adventures

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1960 KB
  • Print Length: 464 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Angry Robot (29 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HLOA78I
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #185,127 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Andy Remic lives in Lincoln, UK, although his heart and viking soul belong to the Scottish mountains. Married with two children, Andy has a variety of esoteric and sometimes contrasting loves, including sword fighting, climbing, mountain biking, kick-boxing, Ducati motorcycles and retro-gaming. He recently wrote the retro-computer version of his novel Biohell for the 48K Spectrum, in which many people are still stuck.

Andy writes in the SF, fantasy, horror and thriller fields, and is an avid filmmaker/scriptwriter/director with his fledgling fun indie film company, Grunge Films.

Books by Andy Remic:

Thrillers: Spiral, Quake and Warhead

SF novels: War Machine, Biohell, Hardcore, Cloneworld, and Theme Planet.

Fantasy novels: Kell's Legend, Soul Stealers, Vampire Warlords, +upcoming anthology The Clockwork Vampire Chronicles

You can read more about Andy at

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sharon Reamer on 1 Jan. 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
My insanely short synopsis: The Iron Wolves, a band of seven unlikely and (somewhat) unsavory heroes punch, kick, bite and slash their way across the kingdom to reach Vagrandak, the land of legend and the Iron Wolves' past glory. Their goal: to do battle against the great Sorceress Orlana to stop her from enslaving and slaughtering the entire population of the realm.

On his seventieth birthday, General Dalgoran witnesses a scene so gruesome, it forces him to end his retirement and reassemble the Iron Wolves, his band of seven warriors, now past the prime of their hero years. But General Dalgoran believes they are the only ones capable of combatting the horror he has witnessed. But first he must find them all and convince them of his cause.

The Iron Wolves seethes with action; indeed, it stomps across every page.

Remic has a very precise way with descriptions of battles and fights and with weapons of every type (including head butts). The scenes leap and snort off the page, making the heart race with anticipation about their outcomes. The journey of the Iron Wolves entails many such battles including those against insanely powerful creatures called the splice - amalgams of human and beasts that are very tough to kill - and mud orcs as well as more human enemies. Including the Iron Wolves themselves.

If you enjoy sword and sorcery, The Iron Wolves will not disappoint. The heroes themselves, although not necessary likeable, present a convincing case for their role as the only ones capable of confronting the powerful and merciless Orlana. I felt there was adequate backstory from each of the seven warriors to comprehend something of their motivations; these stories do not necessarily make the characters more likeable. But it did help me to understand them.
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Format: Paperback
Bought this book around 6 months ago - lots of comments on the cover comparing the author to Mr Gemmell - and the first chapter or two starts very well - however the editing seems rather random in places - I was getting confused at first until I realised that a number of paragraph breaks and section breaks are missing - so at various points you suddenly move on to new characters and situations without warning. The story itself starts with lots or promise and there are some richly described characters and fights - but you loose it all in the final few chapters where the epic finale simply made me laugh - for all the wrong reasons. the last quarter of the story feels rushed as if the author had run out of time - which is a shame as there is potential - I would probably give this two stars if it wasn't for the references to 'the successor to the Gemmell Crown' on the front - not in my view...
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By Gareth Wilson - Falcata Times Blog TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Jan. 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
OK, you want something to really round off the years end or to kick start your 2014 reading resolutions so what are you looking for? Well if you want top notch fantasy with realistic characters, hard hitting battle sequences, bloody gore soaked ground where life and death is measured in skill then you really have to get Andy Remic's new title, The Iron Wolves, the start of his cracking new series.

As you come to expect with Andy, he's an author who likes to keep it not only hardcore with the action but with the language and fans of David Gemmell will see many a homage within. Add to this cracking prose with spartan descriptive's which when added to a unique style will more than satisfy the fan within. All round a great offering and with the emotional context built in, goes to show that Andy's writing is not only flourishing but adding new strings to his bow all the time. Great stuff.
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Format: Paperback
A good story that could have done with better editing.
Sentences containing too many words, unnecessary repetition, misplaced or misused words spoil the flow and become tedious after a while.
Examples such as:
"What few routes did exist through the mountains were few and far between",
".... was the main and only reason",
" ..... the two men were occupied by attempting to bleach warmth from the brazier" all appearing within the space of three pages.

Not really good enough for a professionally published book.
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Florid, lurid, bloody, remorseless and thoroughly entertaining take on a sword and sorcery tale loses a star owing to all but one of the Iron Wolves being idle for years and yet still massively muscled and more than adept at swordplay etc etc. but not afraid to kill off some of its central characters - or all of them? Cannot wait for the second volume.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pablo Cheesecake (The Eloquent Page) TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 1 Jan. 2014
Format: Paperback
Since their heroic heyday the various members of the Iron Wolves have fallen, and in most cases they have fallen pretty far. Drug abuse, psychopathic acts of violence, gambling and pit fighting are just a select few of the various vices on offer. I like this approach. Too often in fantasy heroes appear utterly indomitable, and it just gets so damn boring after a while; those holier-than-thou types with not a single chink in their armour, all flawless and shiny. I'll be honest, it does my nut. Not so in the case of the Iron Wolves however, they wear their hearts on their sleeves and their flaws in full view.

In previous novels, I've always enjoyed that Remic's writing takes time to get under the skin of his various characters and the same is true again here. Each of the Wolves has their own demons to vanquish. Their ferocious captain, Kiki, is troubled by her shady past, her raging addictions and is also haunted by the ghost of her sister. Brothers, Dek and Ragorek, are more interested in beating the living tar out of one another than anyone else. Elsewhere, the once handsome Narnok teeters on the brink of sanity as he struggles to come to terms with his problems. Don't even get me started on Zastarte and Trista, both are maniacs. Rounding things off is General Dalgoran. He faces off against the trickiest opponent of all - the inevitable march of time. How best to sum them up? Think the Not So Magnificent Seven. The irony is not lost on me that these are the heroes of the piece.

Their nemesis, Orlana the Changer, is pure unadulterated evil. To her, humans are little more than an irrelevance, a resource to be used, abused and then discarded. She uses her dark magicks to create an army of spliced creatures. Humans and animals are melded together to form new nightmarish hybrids.
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