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Savages by K.J. Parker

K.J. Parker appears to be in a very prolific period in his career right now. In addition to the ongoing serial novel The Two of Swords (my review), which just had its sixth monthly installment published in July, and last year’s … Continue reading

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The Two of Swords (1-5) by K.J. Parker

I’ve made it no secret over the years that I’m a big fan of K.J. Parker, purveyor of quirky and highly intelligent fantasy, formerly a mysterious entity whose real name or even gender was unknown but recently revealed (to my … Continue reading

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Sharps by K.J. Parker currently only $2.99 on Amazon Kindle!

Heads up: Sharps by K.J. Parker is currently on sale for only $2.99 on Kindle! This was my single favorite fantasy novel of 2012 and a book I highly recommend to anyone. It also makes for a great introduction to the … Continue reading

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Lookin’ Good: Academic Exercises by K.J. Parker

If my experiences with author K.J. Parker and publisher Subterranean Press are any indicator, Academic Exercises will be a gorgeous book in every sense of the word. As far as I know, this will be the first ever collection of K.J. Parker’s … Continue reading

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Sharps by K.J. Parker

The last war between the neighboring countries of Permia and Scheria ended when Scheria’s greatest general redirected the course of a number of rivers and flooded one of the enemy’s cities, thereby killing tens of thousands of people and gaining … Continue reading

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