Hinterland James Clemens

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Hinterland  by  James Clemens

Hinterland by James Clemens
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The Barnes & Noble ReviewSacramento veterinarian Jim Czajkowski may be the greatest -- and most prolific -- modern-day adventure writer that no one has ever heard of. Under the pseudonyms James Rollins (author of high-octane thrillers like BlackMoreThe Barnes & Noble ReviewSacramento veterinarian Jim Czajkowski may be the greatest -- and most prolific -- modern-day adventure writer that no one has ever heard of. Under the pseudonyms James Rollins (author of high-octane thrillers like Black Order, Map of Bones, et al.) and James Clemens (author of the critically acclaimed Banned and the Banished fantasy saga), Czajkowski has become an enigmatic literary heavyweight in both genres.

But the work that may very well become his magnum opus is his Godslayer Chronicles, an epic fantasy set in a sprawling world ruled by a hundred benevolent gods, with an unspeakable evil force bent on destroying the realm of Myrillia once and for all.Tylar de Noche has lived a life of extremes: He has been revered as a Shadowknight, scorned as a crippled beggar, stood accused of killing a god, and is now the new regent of Chrismferry. Called to the Citadel of Tashijan (ancient headquarters of the Shadowknights) to have his name officially cleared and to be reinstated as a knight, Tylar soon realizes that all the pomp and circumstance was merely an elaborate ruse to entrap him.

As an ungodly storm rages outside the stronghold, Tylar and a small group of misfit comrades discover that a cabal practicing dark arts has uncovered a way to manipulate the gods themselvesFans of richly tapestried, character-driven fantasy epics by authors like Robert Jordan, R. A. Salvatore, and George R. R. Martin who are looking for the next big blockbuster saga should definitely seek out Clemenss Godslayer Chronicles. While it isnt quite Tolkiens Lord of the Rings, it comes close Literary escapism at its very best!

Paul Goat Allen



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