The Grim Company

The Grim Company

eBook - 2013
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The gods are dead. The Magelord Salazar and his magically enhanced tropps, the Augmentors, crush any dissent they find in the minds of the populace. On the other side of the Broken Sea, the White Lady plots the liberation of Dorminia, with her spymistresses, the Pale Women. Demons and abominations plague the Highlands. The world is desperately in need of heroes. But what they get instead are a ragtag band of old warriors, a crippled Halfmage, two orphans and an oddly capable manservant: the Grim Company.
Publisher: [New York] : Penguin Group US, 2013.
ISBN: 9781101609330
Branch Call Number: E-BOOK
Characteristics: 1 electronic text
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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Rbrightone Mar 01, 2017

I enjoyed this book quite a bit. I liked how you are just thrown into the world but through flashbacks you approach understanding. I would recommend this for anyone that enjoys some rock solid fantasy adventure in a pretty creative world.

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Sumeria
Jun 11, 2015

I don't think people are giving this book enough credit!
It's an awesome book with laugh out loud moments!
Not that many authors can actually achieve that probably.

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kwsmith
May 09, 2014

If you enjoy dark and gritty fantasy novels by David Gemmell and Joe Abercrombie, you'll probably enjoy Luke Scull's exciting debut novel. If you're a fan of Luke's writing style, you'll find another Luke Scull novel tucked away in his latest RPG video game, The Shadow Sun, which is currently available for download on iOS and Android devices.

dward526 Apr 16, 2014

A fun sword & sorcery novel of the 'grimdark' vein. I enjoyed it and look forward to more from this author.

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sybilance
Feb 20, 2014

It's another grimdark novel. yawn.

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Faelith
Nov 08, 2013

Very gory and graphic. Has a lot of dark themes.

Characters are pretty well developed. Their personalities are very colorful.

Somethings are plain stupid though. Especially concerning the book's magic system.

I've heard the second book in the series is better and goes into more detail the world of Luke Scull.

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