Demon Blade (2020)

Demon Blade Mark A. Garland Charles G. McGraw Demon Blade The only hope of saving the princess Madia from Tyrr the Dark Mage and his demon forces is for Frost and his team of Subartan Guards to find the Demon Blade and persuade the swamp things that now po
  • Title: Demon Blade
  • Author: Mark A. Garland Charles G. McGraw
  • ISBN: 9780671876104
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Paperback
Demon Blade Mark A. Garland Charles G. McGraw The only hope of saving the princess Madia from Tyrr, the Dark Mage, and his demon forces is for Frost and his team of Subartan Guards to find the Demon Blade and persuade the swamp things that now possess it to let it go.
Demon Blade Mark A. Garland Charles G. McGraw

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  1. Tristan

    Pulp fantasy in all its pulpy glory The back cover copy says it all when it describes Tyrr a demon prince and unsurprisingly the antagonist of the novel with, In a time when Dark Magery is all the rage, he s the Darkest Mage of all Which isn t strictly true, seeing as he s a literal demon not just some rogue dark wizard The novel delivers on the high adventure, good guys have to win but it sure doesn t have to be easy swords and sorcery plot it promises As a plot, it s pretty standard view spoil [...]

  2. Jeff

    Baen Free Library Book Let me, Rosivok said Abruptly he bent down and took up the Blade He stood there holding it, examining its shimmering steel, the beads of moisture rolling off of it After a moment he shrugged Nothing, he said No, the wizard Frost agreed There should not be He took a very deep breath deciding he would have to use his right hand, the left simply did not have the strength after the first disastrous try and reached toward the Subartan warrior Let me try once Rosivok held the B [...]

  3. Margaret Mcnulty-beldyk

    Found this by serendipity at a used bookstore It had interesting characters who grow and change, and a nifty magic system I usually don t like it when writers are too verbose, but I think this could ve benefited from being a bit longer Too many important points are glossed over without being given the care and attention they deserve The authors seemed to be in a rush to get to the end Still an entertaining read.

  4. Wil

    A fairly run of the mill fantasy novel Interesting take on magic and I enjoyed it overall, but nothing really special.

  5. Irishlazz

    Meh Finished it a while back must not have been loving it as I can t quite recall the last quarter of it or so Ah well.

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