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Paul Kearney

3.82 of 5 Votes: 3
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Books by Paul Kearney
The Ten Thousand (2008)
3.76 of 5 Votes: 1
This book is not really that amazing. However, there is one scenes in this book that is just worth buying the book so you can read it. It's just one of those books that your like yeah, yeah, and then suddenly shouting what? This is fantastic, and then that moment is over, and you back to saying y...
Los Diez Mil (2013)
3.76 of 5 Votes: 5
I liked it. I thought it was a good fantasy adaptation of the Anabasis. There was a lot which was very good about it. Rictus comes from quite a different position to Xenophon - who was an Athenian aristocrat who threw in his lot with the Thirty Tyrants after the end of the Peloponnesian War. Ric...
The Iron Wars (2002)
3.94 of 5 Votes: 5
Las Guerras de Hierro me ha parecido una excelente continuación de los dos libros anteriores, siendo mejor que el segundo pero quedándose algo por detrás del primero.Al desarrollarse la novela en invierno, cuando las cosas se mueven menos, el autor ha podido centrarse en la rápida ascensión de Co...
This Forsaken Earth (2006)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 3
He’s spoken of only in whispers. His origins are a mystery. Some say that he’s descended from the last of the angels. Others say much worse. By all appearances, Rol Cortishane is just another ruthless pirate roaming the lawless seas, raiding warships and slavers. But the truth is something far mo...
The Mark of Ran (2005)
3.73 of 5 Votes: 2
A stunning blend of visionary storytelling and majestic prose, The Mark of Ran is a new masterpiece of imaginative fiction. In this epic adventure, Paul Kearney records the voyages of a reluctant hero, a band of outcasts, and a quest into the unknown no one has ever dared before…In a world abando...
The Second Empire (2002)
3.86 of 5 Votes: 2
Religious wars, shapeshifter invasions, and political intrigue drive the fourth novel of this epic fantasy series.
Ships from the West (2002)
3.6 of 5 Votes: 4
Jedna z lepších sérií, ktoré som mala možnosť čítať. Zaujímavý nápad, zaujímavé postavy a autor, ktorý si čitateľa nepodpláca postavami ako z telenovely. Postavy nie sú napísané tak, aby boli prvoplánovo páčivé a snažia sa najmä prežiť (až kým ich autorov zámer neskolí).Hoci je základom série "zr...
Hawkwood's Voyage (2001)
3.72 of 5 Votes: 1
Това е една от поредиците станали тъжни жертви на големия проблем на българските издателства – а именно недоиздаването на започнати многотомия поради вероятно финансови причини, понасяни тежко от читателите, особено когато става въпрос за истории, които се развиват с всяка книга, а не са самостоя...
The Heretic Kings
4.9 of 5 Votes: 2
“Rear rank, present your pieces.”     The surviving Knights turned as one to the enemy and savagely urged their terrified horses into a canter. Shrieking like fiends they charged down the street into the smoke, determined to avenge their fallen brethren.    &nbs...
The Way to Babylon (Different Kingdoms)
4.2 of 5 Votes: 4
They were becoming clearer around him again, his characters. They refused to allow themselves to be printed on paper, but their shadows fell over his shoulder as he sat at his barren desk and tapped the keys of the typewriter aimlessly. He plotted the rise and fall of lords and ladies, struggles ...
Kings of Morning
4.05 of 5 Votes: 4
He took a swallow from a proffered waterskin and rinsed his mouth. When he spat the water out it was brown. ‘He’s doing it – he’s committed the Honai at last. They charged into the Dogsheads like the end of the world. Corvus, he is about to cut us in two.’ Corvus nodded. He did not look in the le...
Corvus
4.8 of 5 Votes: 4
The timber under his hand creaked as he leaned his weight upon it. His breath frosted out in the moonlight. “Wait,” he said in a low voice. “The cloud’s coming again.” The wind high up above his head tumbled a broken fretwork of black cloud about the sky. Through rents in the cloud, pale Phobos l...
The Wolf in the Attic (2016)
4.95 of 5 Votes: 3
I have never understood why that should be such a bad thing. I love dogs, and would have no trouble at all cuddling up next to one in some little kennel. We could look out at the world side by side, and people would leave us alone. It would be a fine thing altogether.     Far ...
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