The Crimson Campaign

The Crimson Campaign

Book - 2014
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After his attempted invasion of Kez fails, Tamas must retreat to defend his country from the angry god, Kresimir, while Inspector Adamat tries to rescue his wife from the evil Lord Vetas in this sequel to Promise of Blood.
Publisher: New York :, Orbit,, 2014
Edition: First Edition
ISBN: 9780316219082
Branch Call Number: FANTASY McClellan 2014
Characteristics: 596 pages : maps ; 24 cm


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Aug 23, 2018

A great follow up to A Promise of Blood. While I wouldn't describe it as a quick read, I zipped right through this book. The story is fast paced without any tedious or boring moments. The book has fewer political machinations than Promise of Blood, but it also has a lot more warfare. History buffs will notice the similarities between Field Marshall Tamas's trek across Kez and Deliv and Napoleon's trek through North Africa and the Levant. I can't wait to finish the trilogy.

Jan 01, 2015

A brilliant follow up to Promise of Blood. I could not put it down and now I cannot get a day of my life back. If you like Sanderson or Weeks you will love Brian McClellan. His characters are wonderfully portrayed and his story telling is world class. I cannot wait until Autumn Republic's release in February 2015.


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