Morlanos

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Having destroyed the Fomori in Britain, Guiamo decides in 51 B.C. to bring the Cruthin people, once slaves to the Fomori, to Ireland, but encounters the Fomori who reside there as well. Guiamo discovers that the gods venerated by the Druids are unworthy. The gods are displeased with him and begin to work against him. Book 3 of 9. More

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About Marshall Best

Marshall Best is an avid reader, father of six and business owner. In the past several years he has found his love of writing as well. What began as a desire to write a story for his children has evolved into a nine book series.

Marshall has done extensive research into the history behind the legends, people and places of England, Scotland and Ireland involved in his books. He loves being able to weave real people and legends into his stories making them come alive. He is definitely a writer that tends to the details often mapping out timetables, calendars, genealogies, etc. that pertain to his book to ensure that it is as realistic as possible.

Marshall also enjoys putting real life issues into his books, delving into a bit of philosophy while entertaining with orcs, dragons, magic and battles. He is someone who loves a grand adventure but makes sure it's not a shallow one.

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Review by: Larry B. Gray on Dec. 04, 2013 :
Morlanos by Marshall Best is Book 3 of The Chronicles of Guiamo Durmius Stolo and once again the author has left me exhausted. This fast paced adventure will leave you out of breath and wanting more.

The fantasy adventures of Guiamo continued to build and develop into a story which is hard to put down. Just when you think it can’t get any better the author throws in another twist to the plot and off you go. The action is great and the adventure is fun. Marshall Best has done an excellent job of developing a great fantasy adventure.

As in the first two books of the series, Marshall Best did a great job of character development. He continues to build and strengthen the lead character, Guiamo, making him more believable and a true hero. Not only did the author continued to develop the hero of the story, but also continued to build a supporting cast of characters which were easy to identify with.

I really enjoyed reading Morlanos by Marshall Best and I highly recommend the book.


[Please note: I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.]
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