Blackmark (The Kingsmen Chronicles #1): An Epic Fantasy Adventure Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon
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Blackmark (The Kingsmen Chronicles #1): An Epic Fantasy Adventure Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon

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Found 2nd JanEdited by:"Boz"
Paperback is £13.12 - 25 customer reviews (Scores Average 4.7 out of 5)
“Like George RR Martin and Joe Abercrombie, Carlson writes in this genre

for grown-ups, with flair and elegance. A complex world with characters

that develop well, this story reveals as it builds!” - Daniel F.,

Amazon Review
"Smart epic fantasy! If you loved Wheel of Time or Game of Thrones you should give this a shot." – Anders C., Amazon Review
“Blackmark

is spellbinding! Strong development of characters, fully integrated

storylines with intriguing plot twists, and deep world building. Takes

you on a journey you never want to leave!” – Michelle G., Amazon Review

Wrongfully

accused of treason, veteran Kingsman Elohl seeks the truth of a

betrayal that caused the Kingsmen to vanish a decade ago. Inked with the

Blackmark and despised for it, Elohl uncovers the truth and exposes

ancient enemies. Now, he must give everything to shatter the hidden sect

that usurps power from the throne. A bloody war will be reaped in the

shadows, that will burn nations and bring kings to their knees.This

dark and gritty sword and sorcery series from award winning author Jean

Lowe Carlson explores a complex world of treachery, passion, sex, and

magic. Readers who enjoy George RR Martin's A Game of Thrones, Brandon

Sanderson's Stormlight Archive, Patrick Rothfuss' Kingkiller Chronicles,

or Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time will love this fantastic

adventure.

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 13819.0 KB
  • Print Length: 531 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jean Lowe Carlson; 1 edition (15 Jun. 2016)

  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01D6SPARK
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Edited by: "Boz" 2nd Jan
Thank Boz
Approach with caution. I've wasted so much time with self published stuff (which is what this is) I'm loathe to investigate any more.
Thanks very much Boz.
Yas29 m ago

Approach with caution. I've wasted so much time with self published stuff …Approach with caution. I've wasted so much time with self published stuff (which is what this is) I'm loathe to investigate any more.



Sorry to hear that. I posted a few classics as well hope these may be of use
Yas2 h, 20 m ago

Approach with caution. I've wasted so much time with self published stuff …Approach with caution. I've wasted so much time with self published stuff (which is what this is) I'm loathe to investigate any more.



Yeah, some self published is fine, about 1%. The rest, well, you can see why the author couldn't get a publishing deal or have listened to any feedback. . .
Ordered, thank you. Heat added.
Thanks Boz..

Also Free on AmazonUK by the same author, rated 3.6 out of 5 *:-
The Man in White: A Dark Tale of Sacrifice: A Short Dark Fantasy Romance for Adults Kindle Editionby Jean Lowe Carlson (Author)


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Dying of starvation in the harshest winter she has ever known, Litha abandons her family to save them. And in the frozen wilds she encounters a mysterious man in white, the only one who can save her.

This free short dark fantasy romance from new award winning epic fantasy and dark fantasy writer Jean Lowe Carlson explores sacrifice and love via sex and magic, in the style of Jacqueline Carey’s Kushiel Series and Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series. With a deep storytelling style similar to Patrick Rothfuss’ Kingkiller Chronicles and a flavor of fairytale magic, this free short fiction is typical of Ms. Carlson’s style, of writing complex and emotional fantasy and sci fi for adults.

A thrilling free dark fantasy mystery, The Man in White was longlisted for the OWT Short Fiction Prize in 2016.

Edited by: "Forgottenshopper" 2nd Jan
This only has 25 reviews.
I used to work with somebody who published a book about 2 years ago. It's not bad, but nowhere near as good as the reviews would have you believe. When I looked through the reviews, I recognised the names of people we both worked with, in other words its mates reviews boosting the rating.
I wouldn't trust any book reviews with less than 50 or so contributors.
Thanks Boz.
excellent!! cheers!!
🍻 cheers
Thanks, Boz.
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