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Book review: The Last Quarrel by Duncan Lay

Gaelland is a nation gripped by fear.

In the country, fishing boats return with their crews mysteriously vanished, while farms are left empty, their owners gone into the night, meals still on the table.

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Book Review

The Last Quarrel: Episode 1--Review

First of all a big thank you to Netgally and the publishers for a advanced copy of this book.

Fallon is a Duke’s man (peacekeeper, sheriff, man of all trades) in the small fishing village of Baltimore.  201 more words

Duncan Lay Interview

Have a look at my new author interview page.

First victim is Fantasy writer Duncan Lay.

The interview can be found under Drinks With.. page… 11 more words


Bridge of Swords

Sometimes the name of the leading character in a novel can make all the difference to me –I mean how great is the name Katniss Everdeen? 282 more words


A Tour and a Mission

Duncan Lay is on a mission to Save Our Bookstores as part of a tour to promote his new book Bridge of Swords, the first in the Empire of Bones trilogy. 860 more words

Author Guest Blog

DUNCAN LAY The Bridge of Swords; JENNIFER FALLON The Dark Divide. Reviewed by Folly Gleeson

Celtic and Japanese cultures give visual and emotional charge to two recent fantasy novels.

There is much richness and complexity on offer in fantasy writing, as well as extraordinarily varied and layered resources available to the writer.  1,508 more words


voyageronline reblogged this on Voyager Online and commented:

Folly from the Newtown Review of Books brilliantly reviews both Bridge of Swords by Duncan Lay and The Dark Divide by Jennifer Fallon. Thanks guys!