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Forgotten Hero: Volume 1 (The Chronicles of Death) Paperback – 20 Aug 2016
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Any fans of David Gemmell will be drawn to the world created by Brain G. Murray showcasing the mighty warrior Dax, Thane the gladiator, the blind swordsman Tanas and others.
It's a non stop roller coaster of action and adventure which leaves you guessing who is not what they seem?
Mr Murray's enthusiasm jumps off the page at you, a writer who clearly loves the genre and his work. The pace never becomes flabby and you will be pulled along page after page through a maze of dastardly deeds and heroic acts.
If you like your fantasy lean and fast, thunderous and bloody, you need to pick this up...and enjoy the ride!
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Written By Brian Murray
Immediately I can say this story reminded me of the wheel of Time Series by Robert Jordan. This is a high compliment because the wheel of time is my most favorite fantasy series. So we have a grand size tale of magic, knights, warriors, royal families and court intrigue. This is a tale that is large in every way but never was I lost in the story. The characters were many and well fleshed out in detail, vices and emotional content. The evil present was always paramount with all that was good and right in this world being constantly threatened. No rest for any character in this story of treachery, war and a medieval realm under threat by the dark forces of chaos incarnate. This is a story of Good vs. Evil, Light vs. Darkness and chaos vs order. The character depth is what I felt was most engrossing. Depth of characters supported by rich dialogue and imagery of scenes that were gargantuan in size. A story this size took a long time to read but that time was well worth spending. Nothing harder but more fun than a large story in a genre I love that is written so well that was so hard to put down. This story flowed on a natural level that hot even once did I need to backtrack in order to find missed content. Often stories of this size get the reader lost in size of content, too many characters and too much of a plot line, well I can say this never happened too me with this story. If you are reading my review and you want to be swept away is a world encompassing story of treachery, violence, good, evil, magic and vibrant characters then this is the story I recommend. Move over ‘Song of Ice and Fire’ of the game of thrones collection because Forgotten Hero is bumping you off my pedestal and same goes for Wheel of Time series.