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Puck, a demon composed of dark matter, is the collective consciousness of evil and feasts on the death and destruction borne of warfare as he effortlessly manipulates the most potent weapon ever created: the human mind. The task of killing this evil antagonist rests on the shoulders of a solitary, mortal man; Neil Branch, the Caomhnóir. Branch naively considers himself to ...more
ebook, 332 pages
Published June 22nd 2013 by T Brady
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Mar 25, 2014 Jason rated it it was amazing
Shelves: e-books, read-2014
5 Stars

Caomhnóir by T. Brady was an unexpected and very welcomed surprise. One amazing thing about Goodreads is that you get to connect with people and authors that you previously would never have been able to. I love when authors seek out potential fans to read their novels and share their feelings on their work. Thankfully for me, Brady wrote a really cool and original dark piece of fiction that plays right to my tastes.

“…“Caomhnóir. It’s a Gaelic word that means guardian.”
“Keyanewer.” The boy
You’ve heard the phrase “War is Hell,” and hopefully, you’ve never had to live that particular layer of horror, but for one special man and his brothers in arms, the enemy is not those soldiers they are fighting, but a demonic entity whose black heart feeds off the death and suffering of war. Puck is the culmination of evil, using humans as his pawns, seizing control of their minds to thrill in the abject horror her creates and times of war are his canvases. One man has been chosen to rid the ...more
L. S.
Mar 14, 2014 L. S. rated it liked it
Let me start by saying that Caomhnóir was a very well-researched book. The facts and placement for some of the major wars in history (Vietnam, Korea, WWII) showed quite a bit of attention to detail and a determination to get it right. Brilliant, in that regard.

The level of detail given to the backdrops was wonderful; very descriptive of the setting. The jungles of Vietnam and the war-torn streets during WWII really allowed me to envision things as they were happening. There weren’t a whole lot o
Kristin Scearce
Jul 26, 2014 Kristin Scearce rated it really liked it
Disclaimer: I received an e-copy in exchange for an honest review.

What would you do if you found out you were the latest in a long line of protectors, sworn to secrecy and to uphold the world as we know it from demonic harm? And you learn all this while still a child. That's what happens in this story, and it's a pretty epic one.

Neil Branch is just a boy one minute, but after meeting a mysterious stranger, he learns that he is destined for far bigger things. He must learn what it means to be the
K.C. Finn
Mar 14, 2014 K.C. Finn rated it it was amazing
Shelves: recommended
Andy McNab meets Stephen King in this firestorm of demonic action and suspense.

I'll be honest with you, when I read the title of this book I thought I'd be reading some heavy, archaic prose right out of the dark ages. I was SO wrong about that and I implore you all not to judge this book at first glance. Pick it up and start reading, because as soon as you do, you'll be bowled over by a gritty, realistic soldier's narrative that twists its plot superbly to a range of modern historic times and pl
Apr 06, 2014 Sam rated it really liked it
I received this book as a gift. I was excited to read it because it sounded like a great new story line, and is completely different from what have been reading of late.

The book starts off in Germany in WWII. This is where we meet our characters. Throughout the book the characters progress through time and war, there is also an Evil presence that accompanies them.

It was a little difficult to follow along with all of the characters, because it jumps from one to the other, but other than that it w
May 30, 2014 Suz rated it really liked it
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