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Book of the day: January 27th 2017

Blood Wars 1

blood wars 1

Dawn of War: Blood War Trilogy Book 1 – Fantasy, Sword & Sorcery

For hundreds of years, the bestial Grol have clawed at the walls of Lathah without success. Now armed with O’hra, mystical weapons of great power, they have returned, to conquer.

Witness to the Grol advance, Arrin can abide his exile no longer. He returns to Lathah, in defiance of death, with hopes to save his beloved princess and the child born of their illicit affair. He finds her unwilling to abandon her people. At her behest, Arrin searches for a sanctuary for them only to be confronted by the Sha’ree, a powerful race long thought gone from the world. Through them, he learns it is not just the Grol that threaten the land.

Empowered by a magic never before seen, the savage nations spread chaos and ruin across the realm. With Lathah under siege, and the world on the brink of cataclysmic war, Arrin must strike a deal with the Sha’ree to take the fight to the Grol, or forever lose his one true love: his family.

“DAWN OF WAR, book one of the trilogy is Tim Marquitz’s first foray into fantasy fiction and he has done an exceptional job. There is a lot going on and there are many points of view to follow but Marquitz keeps it all tight and easy to follow. Character development is very good, keeping each race of people easily identifiable. This first book introduces the various points of view and ends on just the proper note, leaving the reader wanting to read more. I’m not generally big on fantasy, but I enjoyed DAWN OF WAR immensely. I think you will, too.” ~ Colleen Wanglund – Horror Fiction Review

“There is a lot to like about this book and if you are fan of epic fantasy that has many levels of complexity and takes a more brutal approach to its story telling than most, then you will definitely enjoy Dawn of War. Bring on Book 2.” ~ Ryan Lawler – Fantasy Book Review

“If you like epic fantasy, different races (as in very different), magic and heroes, this might be a book for you.” ~ Greg Duncan – Goodreads


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