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Triumff: Her Majesty's Hero by Dan Abnett

Triumff: Her Majesty’s Hero

Triumff: Her Majesty's Hero by Dan Abnett
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Aug 31, 2010 | 384 Pages
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“The concept is clever and creative, and magic, treason, and Spanish grandees make for an entertaining read” – Publishers Weekly

Triumff: Her Majesty’s Hero is a witch’s brew of alternate history, hocus pocus, cracking action and cheesy gags. Reads like Blackadder crossed with Neal Stephenson. It’s a Kind of Magick – don’t miss it.” – Stephen Baxter

“This is what it would look like if William Shakespeare and Rowan Atkinson got together to write a novel after a night on the town with Terry Pratchett… a delightful, often original and hugely entertaining read.” – Unbound

“[The] action scenes are plentiful and genuinely exciting in a way that adds a new dimension.” 4 Stars, Must Read Now!SciFi Now Magazine

“Endlessly inventive, joyously irreverent, drenched with adrenalin and wicked humour, Dan Abnett’s Triumff is a brilliant occult-comedy-historical-adventure that’s true to the best traditions of the genres it so eagerly devours.” – Mike Carey

Triumff is a swashbuckling, madcap adventure that reads like a twisted 18th century adventure novel smashed together with something from a 40s pulp magazine… If you’re a Terry Pratchett fan, loved Good Omens, and typically enjoy your fantasy with a tongue quite firmly implanted in cheek then I think this novel might be worth a look.” – King of the Nerds blog

Praise for Dan Abnett:

“He makes war so real that you want to duck.” –

“Abnett truly is the master of future war.” –

“Dan has imbued the art of waging war… with a vivid and brutal energy, infusing the action with a palpable sense of tension” – My Favourite Books reviewing (Titanicus)

“…a highly cinematic read, in which Abnett delivers a convincing, intricately constructed future, filled with interesting characters, and the promise of much more to come. ” – SF Site (reviewing Ravenor)

“Dan Abnett does not disappoint with his story telling skills. Not only does he write some believable characters, but he can get a battle pictured in your mind with astonishing ease.” – Walker of Worlds (reviewing Titanicus)

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