Monday, August 18, 2014

Available Now: THE FYREDRAKE'S PREY by James Reasoner

And now for something a little different from the ever prolific, ever reliable James Reasoner. James calls this "Not quite fantasy, not quite sword and sorcery, but more along the lines of what George R.R. Martin and Joe Abercombrie write … " Since I, personally, am not familiar with the work of either of those men, I can't quite judge what that leaves. So it seems safe to say "somewhere in between".

In the end, though, I don't expect that it makes a whole lot of difference. Like I said, James is always reliable. So if you're in the mood for a rousing adventure tale set in olden times, you will surely be in good hands. If the exciting synopsis below gets your motor revving --- the way it does mine --- then what are you waiting for?

Be sure to check it out.
THE FYREDRAKE'S PREY is available now on Kindle, with a print version soon to follow.

Sir Gault the Red was once the fiercest knight in all Malachar, but that was before age and a life of peace reduced him to a shadow of the warrior he once was. Now his epic battles against the fyredrakes, the race of reptilian monsters that terrorized the countryside in times past, are just a memory...until an unexpected encounter prods him into a desperate attempt to recapture past glories.

Keldrick is the last of his kind, a giant fyredrake whose flaming breath once blazed a path of destruction across the land. He wants only to reach the legendary northland where others like him may still be found...but his journey will also be one last rampage of fire, death, and devastation across the domain of the hated humans.

These two natural adversaries are fated to meet, but before they do both will be drawn into a web of deceit, ambition, and lust that will leave them questioning who are the real monsters, humans or fyredrakes!

THE FYREDRAKE'S PREY is a gritty fantasy saga packed with bloody action and unexpected heroism from New York Times bestselling author and legendary storyteller James Reasoner, a never before published 70,000 word novel available only from Rough Edges Press.

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