My Review of Andy Peloquin's Blade of the Destroyer (The Last Bucelarii Book 1)
The premise is not unheard of - A faceless assassin who holds a city in the terror of his grip. But the path it takes from there is surprising. Can a ruthless assassin with a soul-sucking blade really be the hero of a story? Yes, he absolutely can. He can be a wonderfully conflicted antihero whose behavior ranges from the almost-gallant to the utterly cringeworthy. As he starts to question his own past and purpose, you’ll find yourself searching right along with him, cheering him on in his battles, willing to forgive any sin to watch him conquer greater evils.
This book is a fast-paced, extremely visual read; wonderful description, terrifying violence, and moments of stomach-churning, eye-stinging sadness. But even as it rips your guts out you’ll be panting for the next installment. Lucky for you, it’s already written, because this author’s passion is only matched by his intense work ethic.Welcome the Hunter into your life, and follow his continuing adventures!
This haunting book hits the proverbial shelves tomorrow; don’t wait! Jump on Amazon or your other favorite online retailer and get reading!