A few new reviews came in over the weekend for my second Tale of Egil and Nix, A Discourse in Steel. I’ve been more than a little pleased with the reception for this book, so thanks to all of you who have mentioned it and/or reviewed it. I really appreciate. And for those of you who haven’t yet read it, maybe these reviews will nudge you in that direction:
Ranting Dragon said, “Egil and Nix are great characters, and Kemp writes them exceptionally well. I really feel like we’re witnessing the reinvention of sword and sorcery.”
The Fantastical Librarian said, “A Discourse in Steel is the summer blockbuster you’ll want to rewatch. I really enjoyed the book and I loved getting to know these characters better.”
And finally, the Founding Fields said, “A Discourse In Steel is as much a proper sword-and-sorcery novel as could be expected, and Paul Kemp handles things with a definite flair for mystery and subterfuge and true sword-and-sorcery style action that has long been a staple of the genre.”
So, there we go. Starting off the week right.