Thraxas and the Dance of Death - Martin Scott Reviews
Description:ISBN 1416521445 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Martin Scott / Edition: Reprint / Mass Market Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published ... more
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Traditionally the Fantasy genre is one of black and white. On one side you have a noble band of adventurers seeking a true path to friendship and a quest. On another is a bunch of evil doers hell bent on bringing chaos and destruction to the world. For the most part the two sides also look the role with the goodies being full of hobbits and elves, whilst the bad guys are various forms of rotting zombies and orks. The problem is that there is no reason why a fantasy world would differ so much from ours, a baby faced man can be a killer whilst someone with defects could easily be the head of a charity. Like Joe Abercrombie showed in 'The Blade Itself' the fantasy ... Read the complete review
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