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paulgoatallen
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FEBRUARY FEATURE #1: Seven Kings by John R. Fultz

Seven Kings

"There never can be a man so lost as one who is lost in the vast and intricate corridors of his own lonely mind, where none may reach and none may save..." – Isaac Asimov, Pebble in the Sky
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paulgoatallen
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Re: FEBRUARY FEATURE #1: Seven Kings by John R. Fultz

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I really enjoyed Fultz's debut Seven Princes and I'm hoping that this one is even better....

 

This is epic fantasy in every sense of the word. Those readers waiting for GRRM to release his next Song of Ice and Fire novel could pick up these novels to pass what could be a very long time!

"There never can be a man so lost as one who is lost in the vast and intricate corridors of his own lonely mind, where none may reach and none may save..." – Isaac Asimov, Pebble in the Sky
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dhaupt
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Re: FEBRUARY FEATURE #1: Seven Kings by John R. Fultz

I also liked Seven Princes and here's what I thought of Seven Kings

 

http://www.rtbookreviews.com/book-review/seven-kings

 

:smileyhappy:

 

Thanks Paul for featuring some really great Fantasies