Jeremy Marr


Jeremy Marr is one of the three J-Marr(cubed) of the Bladed Hammer book series. John Marr Jr. is the creative brains behind the pictures and cover art. Jason Marr is the content editor.
I live in the state of Maine, and no, I do not like the cold or snow... go figure. I do enjoy writing, and I hope you enjoy the writing.


The Hour Glass Dagger
Price: Free! Words: 89,090. Language: English. Published: October 4, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
(3.00 from 1 review)
Almost one-thousand years ago there was a great battle. One of life and death for all who live upon Leversa's Creation. The Son of Death promised to return and pave the way for His father. Elves, gnomes, barbarians, humans, dwarves and many other creatures must come together as one to stop the evil that has once again been unleashed. Heroes will rise, and some will fall. Will it be enough? Book 1

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  • The Book of Deacon on Oct. 24, 2011

    I stumbled across this book, and am I glad I did. The fact that it was free was a double-bladed dagger for me...was it that bad that it needed to be free to be read? or was it some kind of master plan to get everyone to read it? I LOVE this book so far. Your style of writing is incredible, and more than that, it is believable. Personality per character is consistant (some books have characters who change their thought process like some change their clothes), and i found myself actually becoming one. I dont really read 24/7, and i am not done this one yet, but the fact that when i do have spare time, it's being spent on your book, well, that says alot. too much time writing this, not enough time reading the book. ive got to go:) Jeremy Marr - The Hour Glass Dagger
  • Hero Wanted on March 09, 2012

    I just started this book two days ago... Half way through and I love it. It's very funny, but it's still serious business saving the world. Thanks for keeping on writing, I'll keep reading.
  • Nomadin on Aug. 01, 2012

    I got hooked somewhere within the first line of the first chapter. I love the writing style and the character development left nothing to chance. I am currently reading the Necromancer, book three, and if you are looking for a great read that you will not be able to put down, does Shawn Cormier have the series for you.
  • Necromancer - Sequel to NiDemon on Aug. 03, 2012

    I am also far from being a teen ( 40 year old male), and I couldn't agree more. I loved this series. I once again found myself wanting to do nothing more then kick back in my recliner and read. The story had me by the end of the first paragraph; oh, how well it was written. The characters were compellingly real whether "good" or "bad". I found myself actually being each one as I read. I would certainly recommend reading at least the first one, knowing full well that soon you would take my advice and read all three. ;