on Dec. 20, 2013 :
Slice and Dice the Demons
Rurik is a giant of a man, who survived a Spartan-esque, Celtic upbringing in the hinterlands, with the types of pop-quizzes that leave the bloody bodies of boys lying in the snow. He became a hero of legend.
In this tale, he, and two barbarian cohorts, are on a mission to eviscerate an evil that has soiled the land where the men of the Demonwatch raise their children. They strive to return their world to better days, one monster-hide at a time. They carve their way to the maniacal presence hiding and guiding the waves of writhing creatures, but it has no intention of abandoning a mission of it's own.
If you enjoy the tales of Conan, Kull, or Solomon Kane, if you're an admirer of the work of Frank Frazetta, if you enjoy sword and sorcery movies like "Fire and Ice", or if you just like to hack and slash your way through games, you may want to explore the dark realm of Rurik of the Demonwatch.
But beware, the visceral descriptions in this tale will make you feel dirty, and I don't mean in the good way...
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)