Dawnthief by James Barclay Dawnthief is the first book in James Barclay‘s CHRONICLES OF THE RAVEN trilogy (followed by Noonshade and Nightchild). In addition to the trilogy, the author also published four LEGENDS OF THE RAVEN novels and one Raven novella, as well as two ASCENDANTS OF ESTORIA novels and the stand-alone Vault of Deeds. Dawnthief […]Read More
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Noonshade by James Barclay Noonshade is the second book in the CHRONICLES OF THE RAVEN series by British fantasy author James Barclay. At the end of trilogy opener Dawnthief, the legendary group of mercenaries known as the Raven managed to destroy the Wytchlords and save the world of Balaia by casting the powerful Dawnthief spell, […]Read More
Stefan Raets (RETIRED)´s rating: 2.5 | James Barclay | SFF Reviews | | no comments |
Nightchild by James Barclay Nightchild is officially the third book in the CHRONICLES OF THE RAVEN trilogy by British fantasy author James Barclay, but it feels like a completely separate novel from Dawnthief and Nightchild, which were so strongly connected that they could have been published as one long story, with book 2 picking up […]Read More
Stefan Raets (RETIRED)´s rating: 3 | James Barclay | SFF Reviews | | 1 comment |
Elfsorrow by James Barclay Elfsorrow is the first book in The Legends of the Raven, James Barclay’s second series about a group of mercenaries called the Raven. If you have not read the previous series, The Chronicles of the Raven, you are going to end up guessing at much of what is going on. If I […]Read More
John Hulet´s rating: 3.5 | James Barclay | SFF Reviews | | no comments |
Vault of Deeds by James Barclay Vault of Deeds proved to be a funny read as James Barclay plays on heroic fantasy conventions, not unlike Jim C. Hines or A. Lee Martinez. In this novella, it’s up to a scribe — in this case someone who records the deeds of heroes — to save the […]Read More
Charles Tan (GUEST)´s rating: 3 | James Barclay | Stand-Alone | SFF Reviews | | no comments |
Ascendants of Estorea — (2005-2007) Publisher: The Emperor of Estorea is young and idealistic. The Empire he has inherited has never been more powerful, never been so large. He believes he can bring in a golden age. But his armies are stretched thin, the border provinces are reluctant to pay homage and, even in his […]Read More
TBR | James Barclay | To Be Reviewed | | no comments |
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