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The Haunting of Dragon's Cliff

3.88  ·  Rating details ·  8 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
"The Haunting of Dragon's Cliff is a great read. Fast-paced, old-school rip-roaring fighting action in the Conan vein, but with humor and a cast of engaging characters—especially the Hound and the magus. The hauntings alone are worth the price of admission. I loved it."

—Ed Greenwood, creator of the Forgotten Realms and best-selling fantasy author

Arron is the last of his ki
Kindle Edition, 116 pages
Published (first published September 23rd 2011)
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Michael Fierce
A 3 1/2 I'm bumping up to a 4 for a few reasons.

I like that Philip Athans and Mel Odom have put their writing skills together to create a Sword and Sorcery-style Fantasy series, influenced more by Robert E. Howard than most of the books by RPG-related authors that wear their J.R.R. Tolkien influences on their sleeves (instead of their ringfingers I guess o_O?) . OF WHICH I LOVE BTW SO WHAT OF IT! I like the character, Arron -the last of his Barbarian tribe, and his journey away from his homelan
Jake Scholl
May 27, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Not many novels of Sword & Sorcery are written nowadays, due to audiences demanding Epic Fantasies that read like Game of Thrones, and/or Lord of the Rings. I discovered S&S for myself entirely by chance. One day, I was flipping through the TV Guide, to see what was on. And, whattaya know , Conan the Destroyer with Arnold Schwarzenegger was on. And man, it was awful. Not the best intro to the old school Sword & Sorcery genre.

Then, awhile later, I was at my local library, and I disco
Frank Jarome
Sep 27, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Very Conan-inspired, which is not necessarily a bad thing. Looking forward to more
Michael T Bradley
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Apr 18, 2014
Philip Athans
Sep 26, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Book Buying Addic...: New Fantasy from Philip Athans 1 6 Oct 07, 2011 08:32AM  
Philip Athans is the founding partner of Athans & Associates Creative Consulting, and the New York Times best-selling author of Annihilation and more than a dozen other fantasy and horror books including The Guide to Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction and Writing Monsters. Born in Rochester, New York he grew up in suburban Chicago, where he published the literary magazine Alternative Fictio ...more