Seven Kings

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Orbit, Jan 15, 2013 - Fiction - 496 pages
8 Reviews
In the jungles of Khyrei, an escaped slave seeks vengeance and finds the key to a savage revolution.

In the drought-stricken Stormlands, the Twin Kings argue the destiny of their kingdom: one walks the path of knowledge, the other treads the road to war.

Beyond the haunted mountains King Vireon confronts a plague of demons bent on destroying his family.

With intrigue, sorcery, and war, Seven Kings continues the towering fantasy epic that began with Seven Princes.

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Review: Seven Kings (Books of the Shaper #2)

User Review  - James W. Powell - Goodreads

This book starts out well enough, with strong writing that proved to me that Fultz had grown as a writer since his debut. Unfortunately, the story doesn't move fast enough for me. It's not plodding ... Read full review

Review: Seven Kings (Books of the Shaper #2)

User Review  - Lisa Famler - Goodreads

I was disappointed with the book - didn't enjoy the direction he took some of the characters in at all Read full review

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About the author (2013)

John R. Fultz lives in the Bay Area, California, but is originally from Kentucky. His fiction has appeared in Black Gate, Weird Tales, Space & Time, Lightspeed, Way of the Wizard, and Cthulhu's Reign. His comic book work includes Primordia, Zombie Tales, and Cthulhu Tales. John's literary heroes include Tanith Lee, Thomas Ligotti, Clark Ashton Smith, Lord Dunsany, William Gibson, Robert Silverberg, and Darrell Schweitzer, not to mention Howard, Poe, and Shakespeare. When not writing novels, stories, or comics, John teaches English Literature at the high school level and plays a mean guitar.

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