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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. A J Dalton is one of the UK's leading authors of Book 1 of 3 in The Flesh & Bone Trilogy (3 Book Series) . Necromancer Falling: Book Two of The Mukhtaar Chronicles · Nat Russo · out of 5 stars
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Saltar, the hero raised from the dead, makes for quite a good central protagonist. When his journey begins he has no memory of his past life and it felt natural that he should continually question his situation. As Saltar learns more about his origins, so does the reader. From those around him he comes to realise what it means to be alive, and his voyage of self-discovery is really the core theme of the entire novel.
When he is first introduced, he is like all the other zombies in the novel, essentially soulless, but I felt he noticeably changes throughout the book. His character displayed a genuine sense of development. The Scourge and Young Strap are tasked with hunting down necromancers, to try and stop the spread of their dark magic. He is continually battling against external forces to maintain an honourable and just society, while everything falls apart around him.
The dynamic relationship between the two was one of the novels highlights.
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There was one thing that detracted from the story for me, and that was the poor editing or printing in the novel. There were a higher number of typos than I am used to seeing. Now normally, I will let things like this slide but there was also one or two words completely omitted. An example of one sentence that totally threw me is, just at the point where the book was reaching its climax and I was entirely caught up in all the action I read the following - "Lucius and Young Strap would never the white sorceress again"??
I will go to my grave always wondering what they would never do to the white sorceress. The action scenes work well and the descriptions of the various battles are suitably gruesome. The undead zombie hordes are described vividly and I liked the idea of using them as an army to take back a country. The majority of the necromancers the reader meets are a sleazy bunch making them perfect villains. I am glad I stuck with it though as there are some good moments. Nov 15, Sophie rated it liked it. I loved the plot, I loved the setting, so why not four stars?
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It has a very medieval feel to it and the idea of a resurrected, undead hero was very appealing. The other characters were distinct and equally as likeable. In fact, that is what I probably enjoyed most about this book. Everyone had flaws and had something special about themselves. I particularly liked some of the gods, who were depicted as quite human in s I loved the plot, I loved the setting, so why not four stars? I particularly liked some of the gods, who were depicted as quite human in some ways. I did, however, have two problems about this book. Mainly, there were a lot of rather glaring grammatical and spelling mistakes throughout the story.
Either these were just mistakes that came about after publishing, or it needed another good proof read. It did distract me from the story on some occasions but I managed to get over it! My second problem was, oddly, how long it took me to read this. It wasn't exactly an overly-long book but it took me two weeks to read and I normally could read three or four books in that time. I think the story went on for too long in some places but, at the same time, the detailed descriptions really immersed you in this fantasy universe.
Overall, I would recommend this to any dark fantasy and adventure fans. I will more than likely be buying the next book. Mar 16, Paul rated it it was amazing. I read a lot of fantasy. I'd been getting a bit tired of the same old stuff though. Necromancer's Gambit looked a bit different so I decided to give it a go.
Really glad I did. It's quite a quirky read - very dark in places, but with a lot of banter amongst the characters to balance things out.
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Made me laugh out loud on quite a few occasions. It's about a soldier raised from the dead by a desperate magician who needs his help. The soldier doesn't remember who he was when he was alive, so it's a r I read a lot of fantasy. The soldier doesn't remember who he was when he was alive, so it's a reverse murder-mystery really. I found it really compelling and the gods in the book added an extra dimension.
There's the odd typo, which might annoy some readers, but it didn't stop my enjoyment of the story. I'm definitely going to read the second book, Necromancer's Betrayal. Jan 05, Lel rated it really liked it. I liked this book so much cause it has it's own individual style and humor which I'm now finding rare in fantasy books.
It follows the story of an animee a corpse raised by a necromancer as he seeks to find out who he is, find a sacred relic that can restore him to life and incidentally save the human race from all becoming animees under the control of an evil, power hungry necromancer. The humor in this book had me laughing out loud, the characters were great considering it is basically set as I liked this book so much cause it has it's own individual style and humor which I'm now finding rare in fantasy books.
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The book also somehow manages to weave in the history of all astrophysics to boot! And the final chapter is as thought-provoking as it is enlightening and inspiring. Neil deGrasse Tyson, I doff my cap to you. And I have quite a fine cap, truth be told.
The first series of the Frankenstein Chronicles was actually made back in , but it was aired on an obscure ITV channel, so never really got the audience it deserved. It has now been launched on Netflix and is apparently doing so well that there is talk of a third series being commissioned. Sean Bean plays detective John Marlott in the London of He is tasked by the Home Secretary Robert Peel with clearing up a series of grisly murders that are apparently inspired the novel Frankenstein.
Grave robbers become suspects because of their access to the dead… and then so do various notorious surgeons. In the course of his investigations, Marlott interviews the poet William Blake and the writer of the ubiquitous novel Mary Shelley. All the while, he is dogged by the journalist Boz the young Charles Dickens. Fact and fiction merge in this series, as do reality and dream, to create an immersive and disorienting psychological landscape.
It is properly dark and gothic. Each of the two series currently available on Netflix is comprised of six one-hour episodes. What that means is that the narrative is brisk throughout, without any duff or drifting episodes. And because proceedings are brisk, plot twists come as sudden and genuine revelations. The finale of series 1 is awesome. The Frankenstein Chronicles perhaps represent what the Penny Dreadful show was trying to achieve. The Frankenstein Chronicles are far more successful and artistically accomplished, however.
And Sean Bean carries the show superbly, as do the supporting cast particularly the black policeman Nightgale, played by Richie Campbell. If you like gothic detective fare I strongly recommend this series to you. In being set before the Victorian era, it also offers something fresh and different in its visuals and setting. We do NOT eat humans well, not much anyway. And our hygiene is just as good as the cows and goats with which you consort. Yet you never invite us to any of your parties.
This mistreatment must end. It makes many trolls so angry that they lose control of their tempers and go on a rampage, but that is YOUR fault. I appeal to you therefore to get ejukatid about us trolls. Do the following things at once: Choose a human who can read and have them obtain a copy of our sacred text The Book of Orm. Then make them maybe entice them with goat meat begin to spread the word about how nice trolls are, and how all humans even the less tasty ones should stop avoiding us. Then force them maybe entice them with even more goat meat, especially if you can get hold those dispicable Billy Goats Gruff to choose another person who can read so that they too can obtain a copy of The Book of Orm.
Send this message to other humans — cos all these words took a lot of effort and have given me a headache.