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Down Among the Dead Men ❰Read❯ ➪ Down Among the Dead Men Author Simon R. Green – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk In the sequel to Blue Moon Rising, the Rangers are sent to investigate a mysterious breakdown in communications with a border fortress and are forced into an alliance with outlaws against an ancient, In the sequel to the Dead PDF È Blue Moon Rising, the Rangers are sent to investigate a mysterious breakdown in communications with a border fortress and are forced into an alliance with outlaws against an ancient, evil beast that threatens the entire world.

  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Down Among the Dead Men
  • Simon R. Green
  • English
  • 10 January 2017
  • 0451453018

About the Author: Simon R. Green

Simon Richard Green is the Dead PDF È a British science fiction and fantasy author He holds a degree in Modern English and American Literature from the University of Leicester His first publication was in His Deathstalker series is partly a parody of the usual space opera of the s, Down Among PDF \ told with sovereign disregard of the rules of probability, while being at the same time extremely bloodthirsty Excerpted from Wikipedia.



10 thoughts on “Down Among the Dead Men

  1. K. K. says:

    Trigger warnings violence Lots of violence Graphic descriptions of battles and injuries A backstory in which a female character basically seduces a man so that she can rob him once he s naked and he kills her IDEK what to call that, but it happens So if you guys have been around here for any length of time, you ll know that Blue Moon Rising, the first book in this series, is one of my ALL TIME FAVOURITE fantasy books You ll also know that I love Blood and Honour, the second book in this s Trigger warnings violence Lots of violence Graphic descriptions of battles and injuries A backstory in which a female character basically seduces a man so that she can rob him once he s naked and he kills her IDEK what to call that, but it happens So if you guys have been around here for any length of time, you ll know that Blue Moon Rising, the first book in this series, is one of my ALL TIME FAVOURITE fantasy books You ll also know that I love Blood and Honour, the second book in this series a LOT These books are now out of print, so I was really excited to discover that the rest of the series is available on Kindle, and immediately bought this one, the third book in the Forest Kingdom series Uuuuuunfortunately, this one wasn t nearly as compelling as the previous two I honestly think it s partly because the entire story takes place in a day or two, and so it almost feels a little bit like a long novella I mean, it s all in the one place There are onlyseven Eight characters in the entire book And aside from a handful of flashbacks, it s a very small window in which these events occur Maybe it s because I loved the other two SO MUCH that I was let down by this one, but it justdidn t really work for me and it ended up almost feeling like filler I ll push on and reread the fourth book in the hopes that it slike the first two, but this one was justmeh

  2. Books.to.go Books.to.go says:

    Definitiv der schw chste Teil der Reihe 2,5 3 Sterne

  3. Vilius Vilius says:

    Trumpiausia i trij dali kart su nuotykiai su siaubo elementais Veiksmas v l gr ta Mi k karalyst , veik jai v l nauji Susikait labai lengvai.

  4. Dirk Grobbelaar Dirk Grobbelaar says:

    A horror novel in a fantasy setting, this The plot is as threadbare as they come and I never cared much for any of the characters Yet, despite its shortcomings, this novel still managed to draw me in It is a reasonably engaging read, if you re into this kind of thing The premise is simple a patrol arrives at a remote border fort to investigate its lack of response to any communication, what they find there is frankly Lovecraftian.If you ve read Phantoms by Dean Koontz, you ll also be noting A horror novel in a fantasy setting, this The plot is as threadbare as they come and I never cared much for any of the characters Yet, despite its shortcomings, this novel still managed to draw me in It is a reasonably engaging read, if you re into this kind of thing The premise is simple a patrol arrives at a remote border fort to investigate its lack of response to any communication, what they find there is frankly Lovecraftian.If you ve read Phantoms by Dean Koontz, you ll also be noting some similarities This novel, however, is much shorter, since there is much less going on Also, the setting is obviously vastly different There were one or two moments which almost shined Almost Well, the thing is, even though I enjoyed reading it, there are so many other good fantasy books out there Read them first.It s a quick, fast paced read, so I ll recommend it for fans of Simon R Green If you re looking for fantasy, heroic or otherwise, with decent characters and a layered plot, look elsewhere This book is apparently part of the Hawk Fisher universe, something I haven t gotten around to reading yet If you re new to this author, I d recommend Deathstalker instead

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  7. Elektrohase Elektrohase says:

    Dnf d it after 72% It s lacking of the typical humor that I m used to from greens other books The characters were okay, I did quite like Flint and the dancer but I couldn t get myself up to finish the book It was boring I m sorry to have to say that about a book from Simon Green.

  8. Christopher D& Christopher D& says:

    Duncan MacNeil and his comrades are the vanguard of the local army Which means they get the dirty jobs no one else wants And so they find themselves investigating a border fort that s apparently been abandoned, leaving a void in the structure of local power But when they arrive, just before the onset of a severe storm, they will quickly realize that the elements outside the fort may not be as bad as the ones inside.Like the previous two novels, Down Among the Dead Men is a one off, action pa Duncan MacNeil and his comrades are the vanguard of the local army Which means they get the dirty jobs no one else wants And so they find themselves investigating a border fort that s apparently been abandoned, leaving a void in the structure of local power But when they arrive, just before the onset of a severe storm, they will quickly realize that the elements outside the fort may not be as bad as the ones inside.Like the previous two novels, Down Among the Dead Men is a one off, action packed novella that expands on Green s Haven series If only by way of background to several of the players therein But unlike the previous two, this one is seemingly less meaningful, although enjoyable Certainly not as gripping or as characterful as the others But interesting and certainly not a bad read

  9. Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson says:

    So I m just skipping along, and then to my everlasting amusement there was a bloody gruesome action scene Here s an example of how surpised I was when I clearly saw it coming GIFSoupI will warn you now don t read this if you don t want a few spoilers.Even though this book takes place in the Forest Kingdom It doesn t have any characters that are in the first books, but a younger generation associated or apprenticed to characters in previous books.Cool factor Yes, I miss the older charact So I m just skipping along, and then to my everlasting amusement there was a bloody gruesome action scene Here s an example of how surpised I was when I clearly saw it coming GIFSoupI will warn you now don t read this if you don t want a few spoilers.Even though this book takes place in the Forest Kingdom It doesn t have any characters that are in the first books, but a younger generation associated or apprenticed to characters in previous books.Cool factor Yes, I miss the older characters, but I m liking the new ones well enough.Following the Rangers to a broken down Border Post Strange goings ons that emphasize the words old, wrong, and cold Not cool To all authors out there Saying a sentence three times is effing enough GIFSoupThe witch hmm Kinda torn with her On one aspect I was impressed, she was really determined This though would lead to her fault in arrogance and overestimating her skill level Big fish leaving the little pond to move to the ocean type of deal.Then you had your badass couple Who give you some of the comedy GIFSoupThen you also you have your boys who are clearly too big for their breeches GIFSoupCheers Pretties

  10. Raj Raj says:

    A decade ago, the Darkwood rose up and threatened to swallow the Forest Kingdom It was driven back, but with great loss Now a fort built on the border of the kingdom has gone silent and a small group of Rangers are sent to investigate, finding an evilancient than the demons of the Darkwood.I didn t really notice the author of this book when I bought it, just caring that it sounded vaguely interested and was the right size to fit into my pocket, but Simon R Green is known as a horror wri A decade ago, the Darkwood rose up and threatened to swallow the Forest Kingdom It was driven back, but with great loss Now a fort built on the border of the kingdom has gone silent and a small group of Rangers are sent to investigate, finding an evilancient than the demons of the Darkwood.I didn t really notice the author of this book when I bought it, just caring that it sounded vaguely interested and was the right size to fit into my pocket, but Simon R Green is known as a horror writer, and I m not a horror fan by any means However, after reading it, although there is horror here, it s very visual horror It s not the long drawn out horror that can leave you uneasy for weeks afterwards, but the splatter horror of the cinema If this book had been a film, it would be gory and there would be a few jump moments, but because I don t have a particularly visual imagination when I m reading, I only smiled wryly at the column of blood that erupted when a trapdoor was opened, for example.The story was okay, albeit not hugely original, and the magic system was infuriatingly vague and unsatisfying The characters were just sketches, with only Sergeant McNeil, the leader of the Rangers, getting any filling out at all An enjoyable enough way to spend a few hours but utterly unmemorable

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