Hinterland - James Clemens Reviews
Description:ISBN 1841493031 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: James Clemens / Paperback / 592 Pages / Book is published 2007-05-03 by Orbit
Newest Review: ... that serve Jessup. Clemens again does well with his portrayal of a young person and we sympathise early on with Brant and ... more
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by - written on 18/09/09, updated on 24/09/09 (Very useful, 138 readings)
"Hinterland" is the second book of the Godslayer Chronicles and is the follow-up to "Shadowfall". The story carries on a year after the end of the last book and re-introduces us to some familiar characters. Again, Clemens has provided us with maps of Myrillia (where the book is set), including some more detailed maps of the different lands. This is useful as it helps set the scene when the characters travel from place to place - which they do quite often throughout the book. The book opens with an unnamed man who we realise is a God when he begins to burn upon touching settled land. Once a God has settled an area of land it is ... Read the complete review
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