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Ten Thousand Devils

Ten Thousand Devils The fellowship is fractured again when Ross and two others slip through the veil and return to Earth where they must stop a Silen planning to instigate a school shooting at Blackfield University Mean

  • Title: Ten Thousand Devils
  • Author: S.A. Hunt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The fellowship is fractured again when Ross and two others slip through the veil and return to Earth, where they must stop a Silen planning to instigate a school shooting at Blackfield University Meanwhile, back on Destin, Noreen fights to survive as Normand s past comes across the ocean to haunt them In the distant Wildlands of K Set, Sawyer must contend with the almighThe fellowship is fractured again when Ross and two others slip through the veil and return to Earth, where they must stop a Silen planning to instigate a school shooting at Blackfield University Meanwhile, back on Destin, Noreen fights to survive as Normand s past comes across the ocean to haunt them In the distant Wildlands of K Set, Sawyer must contend with the almighty Glass God Obelus and embrace his true calling as a gunslinger.

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    1. S.A. Hunt

      S A Hunt has been writing and making art for almost twenty years He is a Mentor of Poetry, Prose, Art, and Performance with the National Creative Society he is also a US Army Veteran and lives in Lyerly, GA.In 2014 he won a Stabby Award steel dagger from Reddit s r Fantasy forum for Independent Novel of the Year.

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    1. TL;DR: DAMN THIS BOOK IS GOOD.I was recommended aaaaages ago by a friend to read Hunt's debut novel The Whirlwind in the Thorn Tree, but put it off for over a year. By the time I got around to it, book 2 in the series was already out and book 3 was on the way, which meant I was perfectly primed to dive into what I soon discovered was one of the deepest, darkest, most delicious not-quite-fantasy series on the market.It started as a Dark Tower inspired epic, but has developed into so much more. A [...]


    2. The Outlaw King series is nothing if not ambitious. It manages to be in about six genres at once, portal fantasy, post-apocalyptic SF, sixguns-and-sorcery and supernatural horror of a generally Lovecraftian type being the most prominent. And, against the odds, it pulls them all off (and also makes me like them, when out of those four I generally like only the first). It's written in a style that ranges from lush and poetic to wry and coarse, sometimes moving rapidly from one to the other, yet wi [...]


    3. Reading a book is akin to feeding the brain. Depending on which book is involved, one may find themselves gorging on a fast food meal (a speedy read), or they might find themselves developing a sophisticated appetite (reading classic literature or even literary fiction). And as with those all-you-can-eat buffets, many people find themselves going back for multiple servings.This is where I find myself with Ten Thousand Devils (Outlaw King 3) by SA Hunt. Usually I am quick to wolf down a book in a [...]



    4. 3.5 stars leaning into a 4. My first thought about this book is "No darlings were murdered in the making of this book." By that I mean, it feels like the author left in everything he ever came up with, without removing anything superfluous. There were whole chunks of internal monologuing that came up again and again and could have been cut. There was so much description that it was hard not to skim until my wandering eye found dialogue or action. This book is already long (which in and of itself [...]


    5. This book is the continuation of the Outlaw King series, and it does not fail to deliver. Again, Hunt makes sure that just about evey chapter ends with a cliffhanger, and the book itself ends with a cliffhanger that leaves you waiting desperately to finish the 4th book (that's a hint, Mr. Hunt!). Character development is excellent. These are not flat characters that are just there for the events to happen to --- these are characters with distinct personalities, fears, goals. Many of them have an [...]


    6. Love these characters!Now that I have devoured book 3, not only am I enamored with the characters, I havev truly come to respect the writers skilled development and colorful imagery. I have felt the fear, strength, anger, regret, love, loneliness, compassion, companionship and the under lying need to make what is wrong right. Great balance of dark and light. The character development is sincere and personal. You can identify with any, if not all of the experiences intimately and sincerely develo [...]


    7. I would summarize this book as, "everything good about the Outlaw King 1 and 2, but more." It's a much longer book than The Whirlwind in the Thorn Tree and The Law of the Wolf. TWitTT and TLotW had a really interesting world; here we see much more of it. TWitTT and TLotW had compelling characters; here we get to know them better, and the more they struggle, the more I care about them. TWitTT and TLotW had rocking action sequences; this leaves them way behind.Great entry in a great series. Lookin [...]


    8. Pretty decent book for a relatively unheard of author.I have enjoyed this series so far. It reminds me of something between a Dark Tower by Stephen King and (insert favorite SF/fantasy writer here) style of writing. The only thing I feel is lacking are the seemingly disjointed excerpts that to me seem to not have a whole lot to do with the main story. Still, if you are a Dark Tower junkie, this is probably as close as you'll get without read from King himself, which is no small feat. Bravo, Mr H [...]


    9. Dropping a few sentences to map likely 200,000 words of fiction is a hopeless endeavor. Fantasy / Western / Suspense / Epic the Outlaw King series has it covered three times over and shouldn't leave fans of any genre disappointed. If you have read books one and two you will enjoy this third romp into the sister worlds of Destin/Earth and even forgive the author when the narrator vanishes about 60% into the story. Wait, you haven't read the first pair? Well then author S.A. Hunt has your next 80 [...]


    10. As with the other books in this series, you can expect fast moving action, and a sweeping story. This series is vast. There is a large set of characters, a two planet setting, and plenty of plot going on. My only complaint is that I should have waited and read all three volumes back to back. Ah. The consequences of impatience!


    11. As always Hunt has an amazing way with words, and continues to bring a rich world to life through his narrative. I cannot recommend Hunt's books enough.On a side note, I'd like to thank Hunt for not leaving such a large cliffhanger at the end of this book- though there still was one, since I still have to wait for the next book to come out.



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