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Fallen Gods by James A. Moore

Fallen Gods

Fallen Gods by James A. Moore
Mass Market Paperback
Jan 02, 2018 | 400 Pages
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Praise

“Thrilling, bloody, and fun.”
– Looking for a Good Book

“James Moore has become one of my favorite writers.”
– Adventures Fantastic

“Seriously, what a phenomenal second book! Everything that was so delightfully dark about The Last Sacrifice, James just wraps those thorny vines tighter around the plot. He proceeds to deepen it to a gripping degree throwing in mindbogglingly twisted horror elements.”
– Smorgasbord Fantasia

“A wild adventure with plenty of action and bloodshed and just as with the first book, we have a conflict on a grand scale – mortal men against the gods – which keeps the stakes high and exciting.”
– Looking for a Good Book

“The novel once again demonstrates why James A Moore is at the forefront of the modern masters of sword and sorcery.”
– Book Wraiths

“Moore’s creativity shines through with a new world, new pantheon, new monsters, new nations and continents. The characters live and breathe and pop from the page – often with swords swinging.”
– Paul’s Scribblings

Praise for The Last Sacrifice

“Gripping, horrific, and unique, James Moore continues to be a winner, whatever genre he’s writing in. Well worth your time.”
Seanan McGuire, New York Times bestselling author of the InCryptid and Toby Daye series

“I found The Last Sacrifice to be highly engaging, magical with a distinct grimdark feel and the world herein is richly imagined and cleverly wrought and brought to life. I can’t wait to read the sequel and I am now also eager to check out the other works by this author. I highly recommend this book to all lovers of fantasy.”

– Cover 2 Cover

“Moore has laid the groundwork for a trilogy that promises to be loaded with terrifically grim fantasy storytelling. I might even call it epic. There is a lot of swift, merciless violence in this book, mingled with an undercurrent of very welcome, if very dark, humor. All of it together takes me back to what made me giddy about epic fantasy way back when. I’d say I’m happy to be back, but I’m not sure that’s quite the right word for a book packed with this much violent incident. Let’s say instead that I’m bloody satisfied.”

Rich Rosell for the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog

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