The Axe and the Throne Audiobook | M. D. Ireman | huntwyre.comWork slowed along with the slowing sales of book 1, and there was need to temporarily refocus on those things that pay bills. There should be time in to finish what was started. Most importantly, the writing goes well when there is time for it, and book 2 is just as exciting to me as the first. Work continues on book 2. The majority of the book was completed in the first half of , but the second half of the year fell mostly to other obligations--I cannot afford to write full time. Hoping for a release. Though some have managed to correctly answer even the hardest riddles, none have gotten them all correct in a single submission.
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Forgot your password? Or sign in with one of these services. By Traverys , January 22, in Literature. Just wondering if anyone else gave this novel a try? I thought it was particularly pertinent since, in my opinion, it's is a little too heavily influenced by A Song of Ice and Fire.
An absolute killer that everyone needs in their collection. His lifelong friend's eldest sons are said to have been taken by Northmen, a raiding people ill-reputed for their savagery. The boys are already dead, Tallos knows, and in that dark place of grim reasoning he wishes only to find their corpses quickly so he can fulfill his promise and return to his wife.
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Blending the best of both complicated and reasonably if not fast paced fantasy, M. Ireman's The Axe and the Throne is an absolute killer that everyone needs in their collection. It is the start of Ireman's first series, Bounds of Redemption, which has the potential to move even higher on the list if future books continue to impress. This book will offend, frustrate, sadden, and shock you, and then it will reward you. In the unnamed world that Ireman has created, characters that at first seem ordinary for the genre evolve to become truly epic. From viking-esque warriors, self-determining females, and scheming politicians, the cast is extensive and ultimately very unique—I say ultimately because you will definitely be tempted to think you know the moulds used for some, only to be proven very wrong. Cassen is the shining example, who becomes perhaps the best villain I've read in the genre, the type you end up hating yourself for liking.