The Nameless Dwarf Omnibus

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Following the massacre of the dwarves in their ravine city, the Nameless Dwarf pursues the survivors to the brigand town of Malfen, where he learns they have crossed the mountains into the lands of nightmare. His only intention is to save his people from extinction, but he's the last person they'd want to find them. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 69,860
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465903013
About D.P. Prior

D.P. Prior (1968-) was born in England.

His main writing influences are Edgar Rice-Burroughs, David Gemmell, Stephen Donaldson, Mary Doria Russell, Robert E. Howard, and Michael Moorcock. His work is also infused with his passion for mystical theology, philosophy and a childhood love of Dungeons and Dragons.

Works to date -

Black Death (unpublished) - an absurd comedy for the theatre
Megan (Homunculus 1995) - a play in three acts
Megan (completely revised; unpublished) - a play in three acts
The Resurrection of Deacon Shader (Homunculus 2009)
Foundations for a Better Physique (Homunculus 2009)
The F.I.S.H. Training Log (Homunculus 2009)
Nutritional Journal (Homunculus 2010)

Thanatos Rising (Homunculus 2009)

Chronicles of the Nameless Dwarf:

1. The Ant-Man of Malfen (Homunculus 2010)
2. The Axe of the Dwarf Lords (Homunculus 2012)
3. The Scout and the Serpent (Homunculus 2012)

The Nameless Dwarf Omnibus (Homunculus 2012)

Shader book 1: Cadman's Gambit (Homunculus 2011)
Shader book 2: Best Laid Plans (Homunculus 2011)


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Reviews

Review by: Bianca on Aug. 18, 2012 :
This was an ok read, I just kept feeling I was missing things which must have happened in DP Prior's other series. So I didn't really feel connected to the story. The 3 books felt like more like short stories as well, though they did happen one after the other there was no real 'end' to every book and the next one would pick up with a gap between the two.

They were definitely not bad books, not at all, the writing style was very pleasant to read. I liked Nameless quite a bit, but there wasn't the magic 'click' that I like to have with books that always makes me want to keep reading.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Sandra Rains DeBusk on July 29, 2012 :
I absolutely LOVED this book! Oh my gosh it kept me reading for hours on end, I could not stop! The author has such a way of keeping you glued...
I recommend this for reading!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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