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Tales of Aerothos: Kingsblade

3.43  ·  Rating details ·  7 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Fifteen years ago, the Kingdom of Orastus suffered defeat at the hands of the Union armies. For Sir Markard Greystone, it ended his pride and glory. Despondent and forlorn, the knight disappeared into obscurity, his honor and vows only a fading memory.

When the newly knighted Sir Ryan Stalgard comes bearing a proposal, Markard finds himself once again in the world of poli
Kindle Edition, 86 pages
Published June 24th 2018
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Jan 27, 2019 rated it liked it
This book had a lot of potential, but unfortunately it didn't live up to most of it. I think it could have benefited from being longer, as most aspects were underdeveloped, with much of the already limited page time being dedicated to worldbuilding. (The worldbuilding was nice, served the story well, and didn't generally feel unnecessary or like an infodump, but there was rather a lot in comparison to everything else.)

The two leads, Markard and Ryan, had potential to be really good characters wi
Jun 06, 2019 rated it did not like it
Shelves: indie-books, dnf-ed
I dnf'ed around the 50% mark. Maybe I was getting this book mixed up with another, but I picked it up thinking it was a comedy? Like a parody of King Author? I kept waiting for the funny and there was no funny, so I'm thinking I was getting it mixed up. I honestly had a hard time paying attention to what was going on. The jousting scene was interesting, but then it was over. ...more
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Rob Nugent is a fantasy author from the American Midwest. An avid researcher of European medieval history, Nugent blends historical aesthetic and realism into his works, aiming to create a believable, gritty, low-fantasy setting. His stories revolve around Aerothos, a continent with a rich lore, where various kingdoms vie for power in both their courts and the battlefield.

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