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John R Fultz biography and books reviewed

John R. Fultz is the author of the Books of the Shaper trilogy. He live in the North Bay Area, California, but is originally from Kentucky. His short fiction has appeared in the anthologies WAY OF THE WIZARD (Prime Books) and CTHULHU'S REIGN (DAW Books), as well as the magazines BLACK GATE, WEIRD TALES, LIGHTSPEED, SPACE & TIME, and the comics ZOMBIE TALES and CTHULHU TALES. The graphic novel of epic fantasy, PRIMORDIA, was published by Archaia Comics as a three-issue miniseries in 2007-08.

June 15th 2015 interview with John R Fultz

John R. Fultz lives in the North Bay Area of California but grew up in Kentucky. John's Books of the Shaper trilogy includes SEVEN PRINCES, SEVEN KINGS, and SEVEN SORCERERS (Orbit Books). His short story collecti [...]

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John R Fultz reviews

Seven Princes by John R Fultz

Seven Princes, is an epic tale that shows much diversity, military battles and armies that clash, vivid sorcery and brash action scenes. It did deliver on some fronts but on others it let down. On the back cover it is mentioned “and blood will run”… Well you bet your socks it does!

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The Testament of Tall Eagle by John R Fultz

A young warrior's vision-quest unveils an alien city full of magic and mystery. As a tribal rift threatens to destroy Tall Eagle's people, night-crawling devils stalk and devour them, so he seeks the wisdom of the high-flying Myktu. These fantastic beings offer him hope, a chance for rebirth and prosperity, as two separate realities converge. Yet first Tall Eagle must find White Fawn - the girl he was born to love - and steal her back from the camp of his savage enemies. His best friend has become his deadliest rival, and now he must outwit an invading army of conquerors to lead his people into the Land Beyond the Sun.

"The Testament of Tall Eagle is a triumph in storytelling, it has strong and developed characters that are likeable, believable and moral, while fusing two genres together to deliver one of the most gripping and enjoyable science fiction novels I have read in a while."

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