I’m really intrigued by this book. I’ve never read a flintlock fantasy but I may just be reading my first one. Reblogging on Archer’s Aim.

ghosts of the tristan basinGhosts of the Tristan Basin by Brian McClellan

Genre: Fantasy – Flintlock

Series: Powder Mage #0.7

Publisher: Self Published (February 16, 2016)

Author Information:Website | Twitter

Length: 90 pages

My Rating: 4 stars

Today, I’m reviewing my latest read from Brian McClellan’s Powder Mage world.  Yes, I realize I’ve been devouring these things fairly regularly lately, and I do sound like a major fanboy whenever I review one, but I can’t help it: I love this stuff.  So much so, in fact, that I’m going to start reading The Crimson Campaign next week.  (Just a little forewarning for those of you who tire of my gushing adoration for the series.)  But let us focus on Ghosts of the Tristan Basin.

As your brain begins to create the images described in Ghosts’ first paragraph, the swampy wildlands of Fatrastan slowly materialize before your reading eyes; Taniel Two-Shot and Ka-poel…

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