Nysta #3: When Goblins Rage
“I loved this book. It reminds me of a modern take on the Robert Howard Conan books I read as a kid, only way funnier. ” – G. Orton, Amazon.Com on Revenge of the Elf
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And then they heard the chains…
Blood will spill and the Shadowed Halls will take their savage toll as the elf called Nysta rushes toward her own possible death at the hands of the men who murdered her husband.
Still reeling from her confrontation with the mysterious Gaket, Nysta must summon all her strength to continue her pursuit of the Bloody Nine. Accompanied by the enigmatic warlock, Chukshene, she quickly finds herself battling even more of the insane creatures which haunt the Deadlands. This time, she’s facing a creature unlike any other. Mad with desire to resurrect its own lost god, it has made a wall of souls to surround its fortress of stone. A wall it’s eager to crown with Nysta’s head.
There are many chains in the Deadlands. But only one is strong enough to pull her to that final bloody confrontation where she will face Raste in a Duel at Grimwood Creek.
Duel at Grimwood Creek is the brutal sequel to the equally savage Revenge of the Elf. Culminating in a thrilling finale, the sequel promises to deliver with more of the violent action and humour which made Revenge of the Elf one of the more interesting Heroic Fantasy releases of the year.
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Nysta #1: Revenge of the Elf
Nysta is a new kind of elf
When the elf called Nysta returns to find her husband murdered by a band of renegade elfs known as the Bloody Nine, she embarks on a journey to teach them what the word bloody really means.
Joined by a mysterious warlock, she soon finds there’s more evil in the Deadlands than the men she’s hunting. In fact, killing them might be easy. Surviving the Deadlands might prove impossible.
Brimming with violence, and swift with sharp one-liners, Revenge of the Elf is Heroic Fantasy at its most savage.
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“Probably the most violent fantasy novel ever written this century … Full of bad puns and pop-culture references, the Nysta series is guaranteed to be more violent than your average fantasy novel … If Quentin Tarantino walked into a bar and found himself being molested by Sergio Leone while trying to convince a few D&D nerds to help him write a remake of Deathstalker, he’d probably find himself stuck with a script which looked a whole lot like these books. I’m not sure if that’s a bad thing or not.” – LateralBooks.com