The Stonegate Sword

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
The Old Empire is gone.
But tales still tell of marvels from long ago. A new time of troubles now threatens. Donald of Fisher, outcast and alone, is in the path of the march, searching for Rachel, who has been captured by the Raiders—minions of the Prophet. But how can he find and rescue one small captive in a wilderness teeming with enemies? What can one person do in the face of war? More

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About Harry Fox

Born in a log cabin on a ranch in western Colorado. Raised riding horses and herding cattle. Counterintelligence officer in the U.S. Army. Served as a natural resources manager with the U.S. Department of the Interior. Advanced degree from the College of Forestry and Natural Resources, Colorado State University. Advanced degrees in Theology. Father of two and grandfather of six.
Living in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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Review by: Savio Dawson on Feb. 2, 2016 :
This is an interesting book which kind of takes away the normal assumption that as time progresses man progresses and therefore, technology progresses. The story is set in the future, however man has gone back to the days of the bows and arrows. From here on, it is an interesting and gripping story of good winning over evil and how the most unexpected becomes the most celebrated. Kudos to Mr. Harry James Fox for creating a new world with a new world order and a new hero!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Gary Aschbacher on March 31, 2015 :
This book was a very fun read. I cared about the characters, believed their tactical and strategic plans and felt like I was 'in the room' whether talking - in a room; or cavalry skirmish or large battle. I found Fox's unraveling of society (picking up the story maybe a hundred years after the collapse) to be reasonable and insightful. 'Adversity reveals character': Fox's characters are from all walks of life; he gives us an opportunity to think about how we would react in similar circumstances.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)

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