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Seven Princes

John R. Fultz

4 Reviews

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Books of the Shaper, Fiction, Fantasy

The magnificent story of an age of legends - where the children of giants do battle with ancient sorcerers, and no less is at stake than the fate of the world.

A sorcerer slaughters the King and his entire court in front of the disbelieving eyes of young Prince D'zan. From that moment, D'zan is driven by one thought - the need to regain his father's stolen throne.

The lives of six foreign Princes are tied to D'zan's fate, as he seeks allies for his cause. In a land where Men and Giants battle side by side against ancient monsters and chilling sorcery, only one thing is certain - war is coming. Kingdoms will clash and blood will run.

Seven Princes. Seven destinies. All will be legend.

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Praise for Seven Princes

  • A richly detailed background history filled with the legends of many cultures lends depth to a stand-out fantasy series from an author with an exceptional talent for characterization and world building - LIBRARY JOURNAL

  • Fultz has crafted a rich fantasy world by blending fantasy tropes with elements of Greek myth, Robert E Howard's Hyborian age and even elder god mythos... Seven Princes is an engaging fantasy page-turner which lays fetile ground for the rest of the trilogy to come - SciFiNow

  • It's a pleasure to read an unabashed over-the-top fantasy epic like John R. Fultz's Seven Princes, in which totally batshit stuff happens every few pages and the wonders aren't rationed at all. Fultz writes at a frenetic pace, as if worried he'll run out of pages before he throws in all the cool stuff he's thought up. It's kind of amazing . . . It's epic with a capital EPIC - i09.com

  • If you love a good fantasy story then you really have to try this debut from John R Fultz. It has all the elements to please readers with dark villains, a characters decent into evil alongside peoples fighting to save their world from a creeping darkness. Add to this giants, magic and of course plenty of swordplay and the reader has a treat in store, but when backed with a solid authorly voice alongside cracking prose and characters that you want to get to know, and overall it's a title that's ha

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