Awards for Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing
This post will discuss the book, but won’t really be a review. I’m going to talk about the author’s previous work, my personal reading preferences, and the conventions of epic fantasy. I hope that some of you will jump in with comments about your opinions of Larry Correia’s books, your love or hate of epic fantasy, and what you prefer in a story.
Son of the Black Sword is set in an Indian-themed fantasy world – there is a caste system (although the top castes enforce an atheist religion, rather than Hinduism) and names used are Indian in origin. The oceans are dominated by humanoid demons which share many attributes with sharks: skin which is smooth…
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