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"Meet Rawk, the superannuated hero.  He's closer to Cohen the Barbarian than Aragorn son of Arathorn, or even Achilles, but that doen't mean he isn't highly both original and amusing. He's the sort of guy you'd want at your side when you run into a wolden wolf.  Scott writes the sort of stuff I often wished I'd written after I finished writing the stuff I did write." - Dave Duncan

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Finally, at the end of last week, I released A History of Magic. It was a long time coming which may or may not be good thing, it just depends if someone is forcing you to read it or if you are reading it by choice. The story takes off about a week after The Age of Heroes ended.

Katamood is the center of the world once more.

Magical creatures are crossing from other worlds and Rawk is hunting them through the streets of the city, like the good old days. But Rawk, the last o the great Heroes, can't keep up. Even with Heroes returning to the city to help and claim their rewards, innocent people are dying every day.

But when Prince Weaver decides that sorcerers are opening portals to let the creatures through, Rawk and Silver Lark-- healer, sorcerer, arch-nemesis from the past-- find themselves in a race against time to find those responsible. If the prince had his way every sorcerer in the city would be locked up, but Rawk can't let that happen because he knows only too well how hard it is to find a good healer.

Add an actual grown-up relationship plus a new business venture into the mix and Rawk is busier in retirement than he has ever been.

With the release of A History of Magic, The Age of Heroes has been given a new cover. I think they ook great. Very simple and recognisable. An Army of Heroes already  has a cover as well and I am hoping  the book will be available quite a bit quicker than the last one was. I am actually aiming to have it out by the end of this year. (If I can just get past all the stuff that goes along with releasing this one.)

Speaking of which, if people are interested in doing a review, let me know and I'll see what I can organise. An in the mean time, buy some books and tell your friends.




After a decade exiled to a small piece of farmland that flies the quietest windlanes, Kade is thrust back into a criminal underworld of death, corruption, shady deals and dirty deeds.

Before he knows it, he's in over his head, chasing a piece of crystal technology the likes of which the world has never seen. A piece of technology that could change everything. And all he has to keep him alive are his pistols and his wits, neither of which have been used in a long time.

But it's just like old times. He doesn't know who to trust. He doesn't know who's on which side. He doesn't even know which side he's on any more.

All Kade knows for sure is that murder and mayhem aren't what they used to be.

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