PDF NEW The Iron Lords War of the Gods on Earth #1 Ø Andrew J. Offutt
Ler The story lements themselves were interesting However the author s peculiar style was a bit annoying to me as were the many repeated words and phrases Seems like it could have used a bit diting to polish itStill worth a read though Not a bad fantasy story good start to the trilogy The plot is sometimes predictable but overall a good one Recommended This is the to the trilogy The plot is sometimes predictable but overall a good one Recommended This is the volume of offutt s War of the Gods on Earth series The story takes a bit to kick into gear but it s interesting once the action starts The characters are pretty well drawn though not
AS AS ONE MIGHT WISH AND THE WORLD likable as one might and the world created for them to people is uite fascinating It s an ntertaining fantasy though I wouldn t number it among offutt s best DNF at 22% This book tries so hard to be an pic fantasy and fails spectacularly Instead it feels pretentious and boring I think the basic premise is great and had it been written differently I probably would have loved it read 040786. E his legend in blooda legend of a vengeance thirst as dark and merciless as the magic weapon he wieldedborn from the seeds of a manchild's Terror sown so long
Andrew J. Offutt ✓ 7 Free readA middling book with freuent repetition in its prose that stays with me after a long period
of reading In ways of storytelling the narrator is reminiscent Poul Anderson but withreading In ways of storytelling the narrator is reminiscent of Poul Anderson but with and less of the fireside reported speech Different and well xecuted though I do prefer Anderson who provided the Xenophon And His World (Historia Einzelschriften) endorsement on the book s cover The action is swift like fighting actually is none of this metal clanging and sparks flying to interrupt the cleaving of flesh by knife sword or battle axe It is bloody but not a gore filled sausage festThe concept of Gods onarth representing Arthur C Clarke s third law was well done in my humble Geography of the Gaze: Urban and Rural Vision in Early Modern Europe estimation as was the trick of naming the good guys frightful names Or are they the good guys This is only the first book of three This is a spinner rack book as they used to be sold in 80 s drug stores Worth your time and keeping anye out for the next installment It is not a great achievement in fantasy but as I work my. His true origin shrouded in mysteries the youth Jarik fled with his un sister Torsy to the harsh
of the Iron There he was schooled in the mighty arts. Way through a large list of books I intend to read based upon synopsis I have read worse I first came across the author s work in Robert Lynn Asprin s Thieves World omnibus Sanctuary His story contributions to that anthology series made at roughly the same time as this book was published were forgettable This story is not but it is oneLand Of The Iron
a pantheon of others I reference myself back to Anderson This is a great story that is wellAmong A Pantheon Of Others
written The plot keeps moving but there isn t xtra fluff I formed my opinion on Offutt s writing based onThe plot keeps moving but there isn t xtra fluff I formed my opinion on Offutt s writing based on Dragon and Ardor on Aros which were both terrible After hearing that he had passed away I decided it was necessary to give him a proper chance It was well worth the One Wild Weekend experiment The premise hooked me to the point where I ll be chasing the rest of the trilogyThe Gods on Earth view spoilerimplied to be the advanced refugees of interplanetary calamity now slumming on an unspecified primitivearth planet hide spoi. Of warAnd there guided by invincible gods to fulfill his twin destinies of great healer and savage avenger he claimed the devastating Black Sword that would carv.