War has come to Dimvein.
The Empire’s ancient foes have come to destroy, bringing with them threats new and old. The Blood Clan pirates and the savage Hudar Horde cavalry are joined by the magic of the Vandil, long believed lost to the ages.
Kullen and Natisse must fight to preserve the threads that hold Dimvein together. Only together can they and their allies keep the enemy from burning everything they’ve built to the ground.
It’s a race to the end, blades slashing and fire raging.
Silver Spines is the third installment in Dragonblood Assassin from #1 Audible and Washington Post bestseller Jaime Castle & Epic Fantasy legend Andy Peloquin, perfect for fans of the Forgotten Realms, Joe Abercrombie, David Dalglish, and Kel Kade.
Ezrasils hairy ass cheeks, Andy Peloquin and Jaime Castle. What in the blood clan are you’s trying to do me with that ending? My nerves are shredded after leaving me with that cliffhanger.
Silver Spines is the third book in the Dragonblood Assassins series by co-writers Jaime Castle and Andy Peloquin, and what a bloody brilliant book this was. Blood soaked, action-packed, and full of twists and turns, and yes, there are many more big ass dragons tearing shit up (literally).
This was the best book of the series so far, and don’t get me wrong, the first two were excellent. This one just hit me harder. The growing relationship between the two main protagonists, Kullen and Natisse, just gets better, and my journey with them has been amazing.
There are lots of new characters after being introduced called Tatterwolves. They add some good humour to a very grim world where death is only around the corner. I think these may be a new fan favourite because they are definitely mine.
In Silver Spines, war has come to Dimvein, creeping throughout Dimveins underground tunnels, the Empire’s ancient foes have come to destroy, bringing with them threats new and old. The Blood Clan pirates and the savage Hudar Horde cavalry are joined by the magic of the Vandil, long believed lost to the ages.
With Blackwater Bay surrounded by thousands of ships of their enemies. Things are looking very grim and hopeless. To survive, the citizens of Dimvein, the Crimson Fang, the Orkenwatch of Tuskthorne Keep, the tatterwolves, and Embers-folk must come together if they have any chance of survival.
Damn what a ride, It’s a race to the end, a blade slashin, fire raging roller coaster of read that is all consuming in that you can not put it down. I very highly recommend.