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Tales of the Lost Citadel

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The Lost Citadel is a shared-world horror fantasy edited and developed by C.A. Suleiman, based on an idea he conceived with his longtime collaborator, fantasy and horror novelist Ari Marmell. The first project in the world of the Lost Citadel is an anthology of short stories called Tales of the Lost Citadel, featuring some of the most acclaimed voices in fantasy and horror ...more
Hardcover, 382 pages
Published December 2016 by Lost Citadel Productions
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Hal Bodner
May 13, 2017 rated it really liked it
I'll preface by admitting that I'm not a gamer on any level. I find all the details of the artificial worlds of Dungeons & Dragons and Warcraft and such to be complicated and mind-boggling. By the same token, I never fail to be impressed by both the creativity and dedication it takes to construct such comprehensive universes.

That said, I really REALLY enjoyed TALES OF THE LOST CITADEL.
I'm just not entirely certain that I understood it all. Actually, belay that last statement: I'm SURE I didn't
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Donald
Jan 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy, horror
The real strength of this book is that, by and large, you have horror authors trying their hands at fantasy. In many cases, they are either unaware or actively ignore the usual fantasy tropes and do something original and fun.
Scott Cawson
Mar 24, 2020 rated it really liked it
Note: It's not "by" C.A. Suleiman, it's edited by him, and he contributes the least entertaining, pompous story of the book.
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Scary, disturbing horror fantasy...you want to look away but you can't. If you like this genre, you'll love this anthology.
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