Blade and Bone (The Book of the Black Earth #3)

Blade and Bone (The Book of the Black Earth #3)

In a world reminiscent of ancient Egypt and Babylon, where God-Kings and God-Queens hold the power of life and death in their hands, Horace, the onetime slave who became a powerful magician, has turned the tables on his former masters. Horace, Alyra, and Jirom navigate the hurdles of managing the slave rebellion under the Akeshian Empire's nose. But evil is not content to In a world reminiscent of ancient Egypt and Babylon, where God-Kings and God-Queens hold the power of life and death ...

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Title:Blade and Bone (The Book of the Black Earth #3)
Author:Jon Sprunk
Rating:
Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:B01KE3VM18
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:288 pages pages

Blade and Bone (The Book of the Black Earth #3) Reviews

  • Clay Kallam
    Jun 29, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

  • Clayton
    May 28, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Kelly
    Jan 24, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

  • Ernest
    May 21, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Dovile
    Apr 27, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Jimmy Tucker
    Oct 18, 2016

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Foggygirl
    May 27, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Den
    May 19, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Frank
    Mar 16, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Philipvporter
    Apr 16, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Pussycat
    Apr 13, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Becky
    May 08, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Felix
    Apr 18, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

  • Robin
    Mar 24, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Melissa
    Apr 29, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Sorin
    Mar 08, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Larry
    Sep 22, 2016

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Michal
    May 11, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Stefan
    Mar 08, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Eric Lehaf
    Mar 04, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Bookwraiths
    Mar 12, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

  • Arnoldlayne
    Jun 07, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Nick Guido
    Oct 08, 2016

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Trevor Nielsen
    Apr 06, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Todd Sanford
    Mar 10, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Val
    Sep 07, 2016

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Slick
    Feb 12, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Simon Ellberger
    Aug 14, 2016

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Stefan Bach
    Apr 23, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • C Stefan
    Nov 08, 2016

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Markus
    May 14, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Scott McKinnie
    Apr 29, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Vinay
    May 03, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Ronald
    Oct 12, 2016

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Heather
    May 31, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Laurie Lachapelle
    Mar 16, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Aaron
    May 25, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Patrick
    Oct 06, 2016

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Crystal
    May 31, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Adriaensen_michael
    Apr 19, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Cyber
    Mar 03, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Shannontan
    Apr 02, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Andy
    May 31, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Andrew
    May 12, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Robin
    May 05, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Courtney
    Mar 17, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Shivendra
    Mar 04, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Eric
    Feb 03, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

  • Nick Galley
    Mar 14, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Katie
    Apr 26, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Peter
    Mar 19, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Edward van der Maarel
    Apr 17, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Jenny Nguyen
    Apr 25, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Celine DePoitiers
    Feb 25, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

  • David
    May 10, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Aemun
    May 09, 2017

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • RJH
    May 06, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Catalina
    Jun 07, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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  • Sibannac84
    Apr 06, 2018

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. Blade and Bone is a violent, jarring, adrenaline rush of a story which generates near constant action and excitement. I?m almost ashamed to admit I had to take it with me to work and hide it under the edge of my desk, so I could keep reading. Th...

    I?ve probably said it before, but it?s worth repeating ? Pyr is one of my favourite publishers of speculative fiction. What I love about their books is that they?re always a little different. Fantasy and science fiction can be so very same-same and I don?t mind that. There?...

    I love this series! Horace's heart is torn asunder and is now committed for the final battle/chapter? ...

    //////////DISCLAIMER: I got this as a digital ARC but this hasn?t influenced my review in any way.//////////// I honestly didn?t know that this was the third book in a series, so at first I have struggled a little to get into the plot. After those first moments of confusion, tho...

    After a promising start with "Blood and Iron," Jon Sprink's Book of the Black Earth series has gone steadily downhill, reaching its nadir in volume three, "Blade and Bone." To be fair, there is at least one more book to come that might upgrade things a bit, but "Blade and Bone" is 2...

    Really interesting world populated with great characters. I have not read the first two books in the series, so I think I would have enjoyed #3 more if I had. Will go back and get the others to catch up. ...

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