Kyrik and the Wizard's Sword PDF/EPUB × the Wizard's

Kyrik and the Wizard's Sword PDF/EPUB × the Wizard's

Kyrik and the Wizard's Sword ➺ [Reading] ➼ Kyrik and the Wizard's Sword By Gardner F. Fox ➯ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk THE DEMON WORLDKyrik the great and glorious warrior had battled the fiercest foes imaginable drawing on his amazing and incredible warlock powers His tremendous gifts are put to the ultimate test as h THE DEMON WORLDKyrik the Wizard's PDF Ç the great and glorious warrior had battled the fiercest foes imaginable drawing on his amazing and incredible warlock powers His tremendous gifts are put to the ultimate test as he is forced to a life and death battle with the Wizard and the Wizard's sword.


7 thoughts on “Kyrik and the Wizard's Sword

  1. Derek Derek says:

    Fox's sword and sorcery work Kyrik Kothar and Niall of the Far Travels are all running together in my mind For whatever uniue place each starts from they are all tributaries becoming the same river The same beefy thews and warboots the same conveniently deus ex machina magic girlfriendIt does not help that any good idea that Fox has he hides under a blanket of claptrap and actually seems to actively avoid resolving in an interesting manner The bones of the story are present and do grab interest when Fox bothers to put them on paper


  2. Scott Nieradka Scott Nieradka says:

    Objectively this book is a terrible 3rd rate conan rip off but like the kothar books it has such a gleeful crappiness terrible laugh out loud dialog and all that it could have been satire The words 'thewed' 'warboot' and 'horseflesh' are used repetively and with abandon The real problem with this one is the really thin plot token uest style plot which is really bland even for the genre


  3. Éric Kasprak Éric Kasprak says:

    After 3 story with Kyrik I still prefer the ones with Kothar but still Kyrik is a fun character and his adventures are good classic Sword Sorcery romps Everything is kept simple with clean and simple prose classic tropes and evil shenanigans aplenty I really like this kind of stuff and Kyrik and the Wizard's Sword deliver them to me So far Kiryk stories have a strong focus on the sorcery part of the Sword Sorcery genre with demons sorcerers pentagrams and magic cursedenchanted items The action is fast the women are scantily clad the demons are demoniac and the story is fast paced Perfect


  4. P.S. Winn P.S. Winn says:

    I didn't read the first two books in the series but feel this can be read as a stand alone Readers are taken into an incredible adventure If you are a fan of swords and sorcery reminiscent of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time books you are going to like this tale that follows Kyrik into the world of wizards and swords


  5. Travis Travis says:

    A Conan clone written by the guy that helped create the Justice Societyhow does that not get you to want to read this book?Fox takes all the usual tropescliches of pulp fantasy and gives them just enough of a twist to keep it from getting dull and predictableWizards are far from bring wise old souls they are for the most part semi competant grumpy old menThe wandering barbarian swordsman is willing to rescue the damsel and save the kingdom but would be just as happy if all that happened was he had a fight found a bit of treasure a good place to eat and a willing a shapely wenchThe god he swears by does not seem to be a god of war but rather the goddess of bountiful cleavage and the damsels come across as smarter than their captorsrescuersThe mix of cliche and clever that makes this a fun time waster of a read


  6. Charles Charles says:

    One of the weakest of Fox's Kyrik books but you know I still enjoyed it at some level I'm a sucker for heroic fantasy The cover is very Conanesue and one of the problems is that Kyrik started out as a bit of a uniue character in SS but by the time Fox got to this book he was just a Conan pastiche


  7. Timothy Boyd Timothy Boyd says:

    Nice easy read fantasy book Recommended


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7 thoughts on “Kyrik and the Wizard's Sword

  1. Derek Derek says:

    Fox's sword and sorcery work Kyrik Kothar and Niall of the Far Travels are all running together in my mind For whatever uniue place each starts from they are all tributaries becoming the same river The same beefy thews and warboots the same conveniently deus ex machina magic girlfriendIt does not help that any good idea that Fox has he hides under a blanket of claptrap and actually seems to actively avoid resolving in an interesting manner The bones of the story are present and do grab interest when Fox bothers to put them on paper

  2. Scott Nieradka Scott Nieradka says:

    Objectively this book is a terrible 3rd rate conan rip off but like the kothar books it has such a gleeful crappiness terrible laugh out loud dialog and all that it could have been satire The words 'thewed' 'warboot' and 'horseflesh' are used repetively and with abandon The real problem with this one is the really thin plot token uest style plot which is really bland even for the genre

  3. Éric Kasprak Éric Kasprak says:

    After 3 story with Kyrik I still prefer the ones with Kothar but still Kyrik is a fun character and his adventures are good classic Sword Sorcery romps Everything is kept simple with clean and simple prose classic tropes and evil shenanigans aplenty I really like this kind of stuff and Kyrik and the Wizard's Sword deliver them to me So far Kiryk stories have a strong focus on the sorcery part of the Sword Sorcery genre with demons sorcerers pentagrams and magic cursedenchanted items The action is fast the women are scantily clad the demons are demoniac and the story is fast paced Perfect

  4. P.S. Winn P.S. Winn says:

    I didn't read the first two books in the series but feel this can be read as a stand alone Readers are taken into an incredible adventure If you are a fan of swords and sorcery reminiscent of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time books you are going to like this tale that follows Kyrik into the world of wizards and swords

  5. Travis Travis says:

    A Conan clone written by the guy that helped create the Justice Societyhow does that not get you to want to read this book?Fox takes all the usual tropescliches of pulp fantasy and gives them just enough of a twist to keep it from getting dull and predictableWizards are far from bring wise old souls they are for the most part semi competant grumpy old menThe wandering barbarian swordsman is willing to rescue the damsel and save the kingdom but would be just as happy if all that happened was he had a fight found a bit of treasure a good place to eat and a willing a shapely wenchThe god he swears by does not seem to be a god of war but rather the goddess of bountiful cleavage and the damsels come across as smarter than their captorsrescuersThe mix of cliche and clever that makes this a fun time waster of a read

  6. Charles Charles says:

    One of the weakest of Fox's Kyrik books but you know I still enjoyed it at some level I'm a sucker for heroic fantasy The cover is very Conanesue and one of the problems is that Kyrik started out as a bit of a uniue character in SS but by the time Fox got to this book he was just a Conan pastiche

  7. Timothy Boyd Timothy Boyd says:

    Nice easy read fantasy book Recommended

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