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reader Ï The Last Dragon Slayer Deathsworn Arc #1 ↠ ebook ã johnscyclingdiary ☆ [EPUB] ✸ The Last Dragon Slayer Deathsworn Arc #1 By Martyn Stanley – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Saul Karza wizard of the Empire has been given a uest by the Empress herself To find and slSaul Karza wizard of the Empire has been Dragon Slayer PDFEPUB #230 given a uest by the Empress herself To find and slay a The Last eBook #9734 mythical 'noble dragon' said to be near invulnerableInstead of leading a large band of soldiers archers and spell casters he sets Last Dragon Slayer PDF #198 out with two immigra Re read again I didn't actually read the latest version because I don't have that in paperback I think in hindsight it was a good thing to hire pro editor Mike Rose Steel The work we did on this book was definitely worthwhile and though this version is good it does have it's flaws Re read again August 2016 I wanted to re read this to see how the series flows into the first 30000 words of book 5 which I'm currently working on I like this book I think it's a great book but I also think it could have been better I'm sure my style has developed significantly since I wrote this I just hope everyone who reads it sees through the odd clunky sentence and continues the series I feel this book is just the tip of a really huge iceberg The story I'm telling is only hinted at in this book and you don't really get to know the characters very well In some respects I wonder if book 1 2 would make a better book I've started reading book 2 and really enjoyed the depiction of a plague infested town The characters starting to gel is really satisfying too Still book 1 is a perma free I am considering moving back to paid I don't know If I wrote this again I don't think I'd change the story much but I'd change the writing in places I am glad I worked with Mike on this I just read the version just prior to working with Mike Rose Steel and I can remember some of the major changes we made and they were all good Onto a re read of book 2Re read again I didn't actually read the latest version because I don't have that in paperback I think in hindsight it was a good thing to hire pro editor Mike Rose Steel The work we did on this book was definitely worthwhile and though this version is good it does have it's flaws Re read again August 2016 I wanted to re read this to see how the series flows into the first 30000 words of book 5 which I'm currently working on I like this book I think it's a great book but I also think it could have been better I'm sure my style has developed significantly since I wrote this I just hope everyone who reads it sees through the odd clunky sentence and continues the series I feel this book is just the tip of a really huge iceberg The story I'm telling is only hinted at in this book and you don't really get to know the characters very well In some respects I wonder if book 1 2 would make a better book I've started reading book 2 and really enjoyed the depiction of a plague infested town The characters starting to gel is really satisfying too Still book 1 is a perma free I am considering moving back to paid I don't know If I wrote this again I don't think I'd change the story much but I'd change the writing in places I am glad I worked with Mike on this I just read the version just prior to working with Mike Rose Steel and I can remember some of the major changes we made and they were all good Onto a re read of book 2Re read August 2017I've just read this back to back with Conan the Barbarian The Stories that Inspired the Movie you can check my review here Now I used to read 'The Savage Sword of Conan the Barbarian' I have to say though if you take Conan as the archetypal Sword and Sorcery characterstory Then I don't know if my own books are a good fit for the genre Why I don't think it's because they're bad but because they're different YES There ARE swords and there IS sorcery However there isn't a near invulnerable swarthy super warrior throwing wenches over his saddle and watching pretty much 90% of his comrades getting slaughtered I suspect the format of a Conan story is palatable when read as a monthly short rather than a book full of shorts back to back The stories have a similar framework and become almost a little predictable though Red Nails Included in the book I just read was an exception That really DID have a few genuine surprises I like this story but I think if I'd wanted to trad pub it I would have had to have expanded it by 30000 words and developed the characters of the rest of the party As it stands I think this is a really decent read for a Kindle part one of series I DO think I can understand why it didn't get picked up by any of the agents or publishers I contacted about putting it into print I've started reading Verkreath again now and this book flows very seemlessly into that I wonder if a monster several part volume would be a publishable paperback I need to see the whole story flows well into book 5 I'm really keen to finally get book 5 published I know a lot of people are waiting eagerly for it but I'd hate to put it out too early In many respects I wonder if producing a preuel to this story and putting it out as the first book to read could be a good idea Why I like this book but I'm convinced my writing has improved massively since I wrote it I've just signed up for Open University A363 Advanced Creative Writing I'm sure the level two course brought my writing forwards and I'm hoping this will do the same again I fear in one day maybe after another twenty years of desperately trying to raise my game I might look back on this saga and think it's terrible I hope not but that's a fear I harbourOctober 2018 re readWell I finished A363 Advanced Creative Writing and got a Distinction That's uite impressive for a third year degree course I got 88% for my science fiction horror script and I'm hoping to submit it to the BBC Writer's Room later this year I read this again to fact check my short story 'Lady Death' which I'm hoping to publish soon and to prepare to write Deathsworn Arc 6 Emergence Though I DO wonder if DSA6 should be the last one I'll see where the story takes me but if it does finish the saga then DSA6 will end up being called 'God Slayer'Will there be adventures in Torea Yes I don't know if it's a novel or a series but I have a tale brewing centering around Fox Zaelwarsh So what did I think of this book I still like it but I feel like I could write it better now The experience of writing 6 novels dozens of short stories scripts plays and poems part of completing two 60 point University Creative Writing courses has improved my game I think I really think this is perhaps unsurprisingly the weakest book of the series Should I re write it No I don't think so I like it I think it's good But I think the rest of the series is better FAR better I'm still a strong advocate of just writing You can read about how to write novels and practise with short stories and scenes and poems forever but you'll still learn a lot when you try to write your first novel You'll learn even when you write your second Martyn Stanley

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Sworn Arc The Last Dragon SlayerDeathsworn Arc The Verkreath HorrorDeathsworn Arc The Blood ueenDeathsworn Arc Rise of the ArchmageDeathsworn Arc The Temple of the Mad GodThe Deathsworn Arc is a fantasy series with themes of atheism and pragmatism it contains graphic violence and mature themesRecommended for readers only 'The Last Dragon Slayer' starts with a wizard named Saul Karza travelling with three others two men and a dwarf He has been given the mission to kill a dragon which is rumoured to be about Lacking in skilled warriors he tries to recruit Silus Mendelson who is known as the last dragon slayer Once he is recruited they set about travelling to complete their uest On their way they come across Brael a Gravian and he decides to join them Shortly after that when they run into trouble they meet Vashni a elf who can whisper After finding out what they plan to do Vashni joins them feeling as though they will not win without her Together the group set out to take on the dragon After finishing this book my first thought was that I wanted to read the next one This story was well written and had characters that I really liked Vashni was intriguing because she could whisper and get into people's minds It made her seem very powerful and someone who you wouldn't want to cross Silus Mendelson was good as well and at the beginning I didn't think he was going to join the mission Saul and Brael were the only characters that I found disappointing I just felt as though you didn't see enough of them But I think you will when you read the rest of the books in the series I liked Thrax and thought that he seemed clever and cunningAs well as the characters I found the setting interesting and was reminded of stories such as Lord of the Rings Overall I enjoyed this book I would recommend this to fans of fantasy

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The Last Dragon Slayer Deathsworn Arc #1Nt dock workers and a homeless dwarfWhat Saul needs is the legendary 'Last Dragon Slayer' on his side Last Dragon Slayer Deathsworn Arc ePUB #9734 because on this deadly uest it's not only Saul's favour with the Empress that's at stake but also his lifeThe Deathsworn Arc Series of Dark Epic Fantasy Adventure Novels Death The Last Dragon Slayer is my return to High Fantasy novels and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it Martyn Stanley's style of writing appeals to me in it's directness and non usage of typical High Fantasy flowery type language The characters were interesting Their interactions and relationships that developed were entertaining especially the female elf Vashni and the male human Korhan I also enjoyed and appreciated the ethical and moral decisions that the characters made It was nice to see characters that didn't just go around maiming and stabbing things all willy nilly While I felt the fight scene with the Dragon could have been a little longer it is supposed to be an extremely difficult to kill creature right it was written well All in all The Last Dragon Slayer has accomplished in way fewer pages what most take hundreds to achieve A very likable and good read I look forward to reading the rest of the books in this series