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Brian McClellan

4.19 of 5 Votes: 3
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Books by Brian McClellan
Promise of Blood (2013)
4.15 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: The first in a planned trilogy (but what author sticks to that promise!), the fantasy world of gods, wizards, powder mages comes alive with very well developed human characters. The premises of the fantasy world are just a few degrees off our world and well within the range of o...
The Crimson Campaign (2014)
4.4 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: As the remaining pages in this book became fewer and fewer, I became more and more dismayed. Now I have to wait for the third book to come out.The book is violence, this is about war after all, but I enjoyed this more than the first. I think the first struggled somewhat to establ...
Hope's End (2013)
3.98 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: Brian McClellan posted to r/fantasy on Reddit, for his Birthday he was giving away this novella free for the day. He only asked that you post a review. After downloading it to my mobile, I read and finished it within 15-20 minutes and liked it. Surprisly really liked it. I've had...
The Girl of Hrusch Avenue (2000)
3.93 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: This book, although formed with a great idea, was tedious. It felt like the main character had a learning disability in terms of putting simple pieces together. I get that in some parts the he was in denial, and could not see obvious things, but even after that it seemed none of ...
Forsworn (2014)
4.05 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: It pains me, cuz I am a HUGE Brian McClellan fan, but this novella missed the mark for me. I just couldn't warm to the characters, and I felt the story just was flat at times and fragmented. This doesn't change my opinion of McClellan as a writer, his powder mage books are amongs...
The Face in the Window (2014)
4.08 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: Author Brian McClellan brought me back to why I cared about these novellas in his final installment of the Powder Mage novellas. In this, we follow Taniel, now an adult, through his first campaign. Tamas is present only in memories of conversations, but told in present tense, so ...
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