The Hiss Of The Blade (The Celestial Ways Saga #1)

The Hiss Of The Blade The Celestial Ways Saga Two petty mercenaries are falsely accused of switching sides in a feud between two rich and powerful magnates an ex miner on the run from a murder charge becomes a reaver and embroiled in a romance an

  • Title: The Hiss Of The Blade (The Celestial Ways Saga #1)
  • Author: Richard Writhen
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Two petty mercenaries are falsely accused of switching sides in a feud between two rich and powerful magnates an ex miner on the run from a murder charge becomes a reaver and embroiled in a romance an industrial lieutenant is recruited to help capture a serial killer and an entire city is in danger of being ensorcelled by an ancient monk.

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    • The Hiss Of The Blade was a book that I had high hopes for as I often enjoy darker turns of fantasy. This book was a bit on the shorter side and while it offered some dark thrills. It didn’t quite seem that cohesive plot wise. I liked how the author set up the story with a gruesome murder and the noir shades to the story were very interesting however the characterization was a bit flat. Overall this is a story with some terrific scary bits to it but the execution wasn’t all that good which i [...]


    • The Hiss of the Blade is the opening novella in a projected trilogy by self-published author and personal friend Richard Writhen. The interesting thing is; it is not only part of its own trilogy, but it was released as part of a "trilogy" of novellas which take place on the fictional planet of Cedron (his other two novellas, A Host of Ills and A Kicked Cur, transpire over different time periods). Further, Writhen is carving out a name for himself by writing in a genre which he terms "gothdark"- [...]


    • This evocatively titled novella from the author of A Host of Ills and A Kicked Cur begins with the poem from which the title is taken, giving a clue and offering an analogy for what is to come. The story commences with a nice young man to whom we just have time to be introduced before he is hideously raped, castrated, mutilated and murdered by a mysterious, repugnant man. Writhen does not stint to describe the grotesque details of the aftermath and all the way through the story the murderous vio [...]


    • I read a lot, a whole lot, and enjoy many styles and genres. I rarely happen across a modern narrative with a classic style. In fact, I keep some classics on my eReader for when I crave that style.This is a fun tale, with some shady, unique characters. The personalities were fantastic, though not typically heroic, wonderfully engaging. As they wound through the story, I found myself fully wrapped up in them and their misadventures. The pacing was page turning and steady, keeping me flipping well [...]


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