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Wolf's-head, Rogues of Bindar Book I (Rogues of Bindar #1)

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First it is prison, then it is the precarious life of outlaws. To meet a dazzling shapeshifter, shrunken and imprisoned in the magician’s bottle of brine, and then liberate her is not enough. Harried across the land, accompanied by a rebellious sea captain, they encounter the formidable Dakkaw, an ogreish creature of questionable repute. Can they win free of 'Bisiguth', an...more
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Published (first published August 13th 2011)
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Al Gritten
Early in the book, one of the characters proclaims to another, "“An eloquent remark for one so vulgarly inebriated." Indeed, the tale is plagued by eloquence - in fact it is an eloquence that is seemingly out of place among such a plebeian, common-placed folk. The author has a vast command of vocabulary, but while his language skills are impressive they are out of place among the commoners that occupy the wharf town of Heagram. I admire the writer's command of vocabulary, or thesaurus, but they...more
Nicole Roberts
Honestly I am not a fan of overly wordy books. The story is rather disjointed. The story follows a man named Baus while he is attempting to find and fix his friend whose been miniaturized. The story jumps around and seems to spend a lot time describing things and actions that don't really matter to the story whatsoever. It took me forever to read this one because I had to force myself to finish it. Maybe it's just not my cup of tea. My only word of advise would be, if you don't get absorbed in t...more
The words get in the way of this story, which is a shame as it could well be an excellent pulp fantasy. If you are a fan of grandiose, overly descriptive language in your fantasy novels, this may well be for you.
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Aug 27, 2011 Chris Turner rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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Chris is a prolific author of fantasy, adventure and science fiction. His writing spans many genres: heroic fantasy, sword and sorcery and speculative fiction. His books include: the Rogues of Bindar series, Future Destinies, Fantastic Realms and Denibus Ar.

Chris is also a prolific painter, with nearly a thousand oil art works to his name. He has also been involved in extensive studio recording. A...more
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