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Red Harvest Moon (The Wandering Knife Book One)

really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating details ·  18 ratings  ·  12 reviews

Led by the colossus Krond, the flesh-eating ghuls are ready to blaze and burn across the lands of Soren. The village of Puttle lies in their path, where they will bring fire and death.

The Black Feather is an outlaw, an outcast, a Wandering Knife. But he is the only hope the villagers hav
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Published March 19th 2021 by Shuriken Press
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Raul Sanchez
Mar 20, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Hands down my favorite book of Q1. Easiest read of the year. This book has a mix of camaraderie, heart, action, gore and even humor sprinkled here and there. I applaud the author for his attention to detail. This helped my imagination visualize the world that he created.
Mar 30, 2021 rated it really liked it
Assault on Precinct 13 (1976) is one of my very favourite John Carpenter movies. I’d probably rank it slightly higher than Halloween (don’t @ me), mainly because I’m an action film fan. Made on a low budget, AoP13 packed a lot of thrills and set-pieces in its lean running time. It was set in a confined space and over a few hours. I loved the format and tightness of the screenplay (a feature of much of Carpenter’s early work), that still gave time for some decent character scenes.

All of which bri
D.A. Adam Smith
Mar 16, 2021 rated it really liked it
Red Harvest Moon is a fantastic, exciting novel that sets the tone early on as a book that’ll appeal to fans of Japanese-styled stories – it isn’t afraid to wear its influences on its sleeve. What’s left is something that’s elegant, personal and a joy to read.
There’s a definite sense of theme and a strength of expectation set early on; Hurt melds inspiration from Japanese lore, culture and animation into the setting, the way the scenes are formed, poetic and deftly painted. From the way the gold
Apr 03, 2021 rated it really liked it
I received a digital copy of this book from the author for an honest review. I also purchased a paper copy on my own to support the author.

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The characters were likable and fun. Their banter back and fourth was hilarious and genuine.
The environments are described very well. You always know where you are in a village or in a forest, you always feel as though you're in the world with the characters. The way the environments a
Hannah Sloane
Mar 05, 2021 rated it really liked it
Ren and Crimp are bandits, thieving and hunting for survival in the forest, until they come upon two men fleeing a hoard of monsters and their cruel master. What ensues is a threat of war on a small village. Ren must choose to use the skills acquired in his past to save the villagers from slaughter or continue the life of a vagabond.

Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story.

The author wrote eloquently, providing descriptions which painted a clear picture of the setting and events, witho
Mar 04, 2021 rated it really liked it
First off, I'd like to thank the author for providing me with an e-arc of this novel, in exchange for a honest review.

Red Harvest Moon is an action-packed and fast-paced story about two bandits, who set out to save a village from invading monsters. The story is filled with humour that often breaks up the frequent fighting sequences. Although I have not read anything by Miles Hurt before, upon finishing the first chapter, I knew right away that this wasn't his first written piece of work. The sto
P.J. Wilson
Apr 14, 2021 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed this book. It felt like a throwback to the classic fantasy novels that captured my imagination with the genre so many years ago. Miles Hurt paints a picture of a rich and detailed setting, with some features familiar to fantasy readers but made the author's own with a unique perspective in this story filled with magic, monsters, old mysterious gods, and plenty of blood.

The plot focuses on the interactions of a diverse cast of characters over what is really only a period of a cou
Apr 15, 2021 rated it really liked it
A great read. There are elements that are a little 'Tolkienesque' (specifically in like to the past of the high fantasy setting) although the entire story is a bit of a sandbox, taking place in a very small part of a larger world. Some elements feel a little unpolished however there is a great deal of scope for this writer to expand on both his world and his characters. I feel a few elements were a little rushed but as I said as a first fantasy book there is a lot to work on. I'll eagerly pick u ...more
Joshua Hicken
Mar 11, 2021 rated it liked it

This was a fun book to read centered around Ren and Crimp.
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Robert Defrank
Apr 15, 2021 rated it really liked it
The excitement doesn't let up in what seems to be a small but tantalizing episode in a broader story. It's a classic tale hearkening back to Seven Samurai, with a disgraced master swordsman finding redemption in protecting the innocent townspeople against some truly horrific threats. It's bloody fun and not to be missed! ...more
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