Walls of Earth and Stone

Rated 5.00/5 based on 9 reviews
Book One of the Onidai Saga follows Ralph of Meadrow, the disgraced son of a long-dead coward, as he seeks to change his fortune through the claiming of an ancient title. Though his hands have not been trained to war, and the land of his birth is known only for farming and brewing, he will step forward to test himself against dangers beyond all but his wildest dreams.
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Valeriya Nedlina reviewed on Oct. 6, 2018

Rare example of steampunk fantasy, written so detailly and with such a great love. The language of the book is really reach and style is really lively. And the story is exciting!
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Fitzbacon reviewed on Sep. 22, 2015

Totally immersive. Loved it.
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Gerland reviewed on Aug. 29, 2015

Wordlessly beautiful. Wish for more
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valstar reviewed on July 30, 2014

What a wonderful read! I greatly look forward to the next part of our journey with the Onidai.
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David Turner reviewed on Feb. 1, 2014

I devoured the book! Coming of age story that is well executed.
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Troy reviewed on Dec. 31, 2013

A fresh new novel that nips at the heels of Martin's Game of Thrones, Walls of Earth and Stone is by far one of the best reads of 2013, and a fitting first book in what is certain to be one of the best series of this decade. The stunning attention to detail paints a masterpiece of a world that will draw readers beneath its smooth, polished surface and leave them gasping for more. This is one that cannot be missed.
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Argos Yesu reviewed on Oct. 15, 2013

Honestly this is a good story, although the background information is staggering... hopefully the next book will skip any more information already contained in this one. Trust me I've read books that take up dozens of pages just in retelling useless info.
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m2pugh reviewed on Aug. 22, 2013

When I began this book, I had my doubts. It did not take long to make a believer out of me. The only dissappointment that I have is that there are currently no other books to continue this wonderful saga. I enjoyed this tale thoroughly, and very much look forward to the authors next effort.
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Kristy Hoover reviewed on July 31, 2013

This is a well written beginning to a wonder-filled epic adventure series. Thoughtful character development and attention to detail bring this world to life. It was a pleasure to read, leaving me hungry for more. Highly recommend.
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