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on Nov. 10, 2011 :
Another story by Geltab that I thoroughly enjoyed...and was sorry to read the end of this first part adventure of the assassins - Cast, Spell, Wormy, Canon, Dagger...as they do their leader's - Captain Iron - bidding.
They kill for a price and they payback with the best of them when betrayed themselves, as one "client" found out!They are "honourable" assassins, I suppose.
I guess what I enjoy most about Geltab's books is the sense of humor you find weaving through the story. I wouldn't pick up a book to read which has "assassin" and "merciless" as descriptive adjective of the story, knowing full well it might contain vivid description of gruesome murders.
But I've read other works by Geltab's and surprisingly found them entertaining. So I read this too...no regrets. In fact I'm looking forward to the next the Ghost Legion adventure.
I also enjoy the characters in his book...he describes them so vividly, it's not difficult to imagine what they look like. The last fantasy book I read which was well written and entertaining and tops my list of great reads was LOTR - the trilogy.
(review of free book)