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David Andrew Gemmell was a British author of heroic fantasy, best known for his debut novel, .. Wolf in Shadow () · The Last Guardian (); Bloodstone ( ). Omnibus: The Complete Chronicles of the Jerusalem Man (). Bloodstone is the third novel in the Jon Shannow series written by David Gemmell and follows the events in Wolf in Shadow and the Last. A brand-new edition of the second novel in fantasy legend David Gemmell’s classic Jon Shannow series.

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It is hard to write above yourself, but quite easy to see the mistakes of others. Myer’An elegant tapestry of the love between sisters, the value of faith and family, and knowing one’s true friends in times of peril’ J. After 20 years, Jon Shannow, the legendary Jerusalem Man, returns for a deadly showdown with the fiendish Deacon, the vicious Jerusalem Riders, and a monstrous god that feeds on souls.

Now Devin must set aside his words of peace and accept his new role: The final conclusion was pretty clever, but the author weebled-wobbled and fell down too many times getting there. However, David has also acknowledged that three of his major influences were Louis Lamour, J.

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The Stones of Power: All the same, I enjoyed the books and odd settings, just wish the main character had been a little more engaging at times. The mysterious force that laid waste to Paranor has revealed a more human face. Jon Shannow Trilogy 3. Gfmmell horror factor just capitalizes the heroic nature of those who survive and stand strong against the evil forces of the bloodstone. Log In Members Login. Probably only worth reading if you’ve read some of the lboodstone David Gemmell Shannow novels.


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If you like anything else by Gemmell you’ll like this, if you like violence, epic fantasy, dark and angry good guys, time travel, and a mix of high tech and low tech in your stories then you’ll love this.

I’ll have to read the first two in this series to fairly evaluate this one Thanks for telling us about the problem. And this is not the only danger lurking in the woods. Retrieved 26 November When the church at Pilgrim’s Valley is destroyed and its congregation massacred, a rider appeared and hunts down those responsible.

Shannow’s quest takes him across dimensions and ties into the ending of The Last Bloodetone nicely. Retrieved 24 November We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them.

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Bloodstone (Sipstrassi : Jon Shannow, book 3) by David Gemmell

Quest for Lost Heroes. David Gemmell xavid born in in west London. He wrote about warriors and heroes, many of them ancient Greeks and Romans. It made it interesting though.

Retrieved 6 February Age is Just a Number by Charles Eugster. A lot, in retrospective, like The Dark Tower series by Stephen King, only with a heck of a lot less talk and a heck of a lot more bullets. It’s been about ten years since I read this series but bloodstonf was amazing. Heroic fantasy Historical fantasy.


It should have only involved hunting down killer goblins, zombie goats and an occasional troll. An Echo of Things to Come.

In this new instalment in the No. It can get a guy killed. Retrieved 3 May So I was somewhat puzzled that as I read this story it seemed completely unknown to bloodstoone.

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Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. But now that she’s back on earth, it’s time to put to rest burning questions that need answers. Someone should bring the Jerusalem Man back he’s that interesting to say the leastand if no one else does, maybe I’ll just do it myself!

With a plethora of returning characters – most noticeably Beth McAdam, Clem Stenier and Amizaga Archer – alongside several compelling new additions, and with a ‘big bad’ that seems nigh-on invulnerable until the glorious I-didn’t-see-that-coming-endingthis is a fitting send-off for the tortured character.