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10 thoughts on “The Thousand Names (The Shadow Campaigns, #1)

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    Well, I obviously enjoyed it, or I wouldn t have written it Hopefully other people will too.


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    The steps of the novel echoed through the throne room The book king watched as the large tome took a bow infront of him Please rise, so I can see your beautiful cover, said the book king.The book did as it was told The high noon sun basking its front it looked up to his monarch I was told that you d like to be ranked for the book army Is that so asked the king Yes, my liege From seeing you enter, I assume you have a good pacing You re posture is well balanced That s a good start Bu The steps of the novel echoed through the throne room The book king watched as the large tome took a bow infront of him Please rise, so I can see your beautiful cover, said the book king.The book did as it was told The high noon sun basking its front it looked up to his monarch I was told that you d like to be ranked for the book army Is that so asked the king Yes, my liege From seeing you enter, I assume you have a good pacing You re posture is well balanced That s a good start But if you want to fight in m...


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    A great explosive Flintlock Military fantasy debut that left me begging forby the end of it.Speaking of flintlock fantasy, the first thing that came to the reader s mind would probably be The Powder Mage by Brian McClellan, which I loved, but I have a good feeling just from the first book out of five in The Shadow Campaigns series that it will eventually topple The Powder Mage.If you truly want to know what the premise of the book is about, I strongly suggest you to just read the blurb of A great explosive Flintlock Military fantasy debut that left me begging forby the end of it.Speaking of flintlock fantasy, the first thing that came to the reader s mind would probably be The Powder Mage by Brian McClellan, which I loved, but I have a good feeling just from the first book out of five in The Shadow Campaigns series that it will eventually topple The Powder Mage.If you truly want to know what the premise of the book is about, I strongly suggest you to just read the blurb of the book it s spoiler free and enticing enough The Thousand Names is a military fantasy reminiscent of Napoleonic Wars with desert settings and the first half of the book focused mostly on a single campaign this first half is also why the book didn t receive 5 stars from me It s not because of the slow start or because the plot isn t engaging, but it s because there s way too many attention on the actions even though the two main characters ha...


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    I m in love.I went into this not just hoping to love it but somewhat weirdly confident that I would and low and behold, for once my hunch was right because I LOVED IT I LOVED EVERY SINGLE ASPECT OF IT This is my third 5 star rating out of the 10 books that I ve read since the new year which is saying a lot because I don t hand out 5 stars like candy any And I wish I could say that I was the, oh so analytical reader type who break a book down into each of its parts, strive to understand ho I m in love.I went into this not just hoping to love it but somewhat weirdly confident that I would and low and behold, for once my hunch was right because I LOVED IT I LOVED EVERY SINGLE ASPECT OF IT This is my third 5 star rating out of the 10 books that I ve read since the new year which is saying a lot because I don t hand out 5 stars like candy any And I wish I could say that I was the, oh so analytical reader type who break a book down into each of its parts, strive to understand how the work relates to other works and s...


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    Actual Rating 4.5 StarsWow I loved this I think the real strength in The Thousand Names is how incredibly well written it is I want to start by explaining the reason I docked half a star.There were some moments where the in depth paragraphs of military maneuvers and battles carried on for just a touch longer than necessary There were some moments where I wished the plot moved just a touch faster HOWEVERThese two small issues hardly detracted from my overall enjoyment I can tell that this Actual Rating 4.5 StarsWow I loved this I think the real strength in The Thousand Names is how incredibly well written it is I want to start by explaining the reason I docked half a star.There were some moments where the in depth paragraphs of military maneuvers and battles carried on for just a touch longer than necessary There were some moments where I wished the plot moved just a touch faster HOWEVERThese two small issues hardly detracted from my overall enjoyment I can tell that this isn t a book for everyone, but it sure as hell is a book for me I really appreciated the slow unfurling of the plot, it was great to discover along with the characters exactly what kind of powers are at play here The perspectives were compelling the world building was methodical rich The tendrils of magic that are woven through this story are subtle captivating.This one is...


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    For some time now, I ve been co moderating a fantasy group on Goodreads One of the troubles with attempting to be an active group co moderator are monthly reads Ultimately, only a few read the selections in a timely enough fashion to discuss, so I ve been making it a personal challenge to read the books chosen The Thousand Names won our round the world fantasy, African setting poll, so I dutifully ordered it from the library While it began promisingly enough, it soon segued into a detailed For some time now, I ve been co moderating a fantasy group on Goodreads One of the troubles with attempting to be an active group co moderator are monthly reads Ultimately, only a few read the selections in a timely enough fashion to discuss, so I ve been making it a personal challenge to read the books chosen The Thousand Names won our round the world fantasy, African setting poll, so I dutifully ordered it from the library While it began promisingly enough, it soon segued into a detailed military fantasy, one of my least favorite fantasy sub genres quite honestly, it s probably a toss up between that and romance heavy UF.Names begins with a gathering of various p...


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    The Thousand Names didn t just deliver as a fantasy novel, but rather a military fantasy novel It was all about tactics, strategy, survival, and betrayal All of those elements intertwined to produce this spectacular novel The premise was a bit unclear in terms of the goal of the novel It merely introduced the readers to the two main characters who helped shape this into the perfection that it is What made up for the unclear premise would be the unpredictable plot Everything was not as it s The Thousand Names didn t just deliver as a fantasy novel, but rather a military fantasy novel It was all about tactics, strategy, survival, and betrayal All of those elements intertwined to produce this spectacular novel The premise was a bit unclear in terms of the goal of the novel It merely introduced the readers to the two main characters who helped shape this into the perfection that it is What made up for the unclear premise would be the unpredictable plot Everything was not as it seemed to be The twist and turns would make you want to read everything at once The plot proved to be one of the most interesting ones of its respective genre.Wexler created t...


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    I have had my eye on The Shadow Campaigns series for a while now The flintlock fantasy genre is one that really seems to appeal to my tastes as a reader I wouldn t refer to myself as a history buff by any means, but history has always fascinated me Mr Wexler has managed to give The Thousand Names a 17th century or early 18th century feel with the muskets, cannons, and military atmosphere This managed to make my inner historical nerd jump with glee every time a fight broke out But that is n I have had my eye on The Shadow Campaigns series for a while now The flintlock fantasy genre is one that really seems to appeal to my tastes as a reader I wouldn t refer to myself as a history buff by any means, but history has always fascin...


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    Actual rating 3.5 stars Methinks.Introducing the Murderous Shrimps Want to Dance then again Maybe not Super Crappy Express Non Review MSWtDtaMnSCENR Murderous shrimps want to dance because Cool military stuff and battles and war strategy and stuff A little magic Great cast of intriguing characters Traitors and scumbags and assholes, oh my Both male and female POVs Scrumpalicious final chapters Slightly orgasmic book cover.Time to dance and stuff Then again maybe no...


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    You can find this review andat Booksprens.The Thousand Names is exactly what I came to expect of Flintlock Fantasy Colonials, a dusty setting, military tactics and old, dangerous magic A fantastic, exotic and intriguing combo The story takes place in Khandar, an arid colony where the dregs with a few exceptions of the Vordanai army are sent or rather exiled to keep the peace and support the local prince A precarious alliance of zealous priests the Redeemers and desert warriors You can find this review andat Booksprens.The Thousand Names is exactly what I came to expect of Flintlock Fantasy Colonials, a dusty setting, military tactics and old, dangerous magic A fantastic, exotic and intriguing combo The story takes place in Khandar, an arid colony where the dregs with a few exceptions of the Vordanai army are sent or rather exiled to ...


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The Thousand Names (The Shadow Campaigns, #1) Enter An Epic Fantasy World That Echoes With The Thunder Of Muskets And The Clang Of Steel But Where The Real Battle Is Against A Subtle And Sinister Magic Captain Marcus D Ivoire, Commander Of One Of The Vordanai Empire S Colonial Garrisons, Was Resigned To Serving Out His Days In A Sleepy, Remote Outpost But That Was Before A Rebellion Upended His Life And Once The Powder Smoke Settled, He Was Left In Charge Of A Demoralized Force Clinging Tenuously To A Small Fortress At The Edge Of The Desert.To Flee From Her Past, Winter Ihernglass Masqueraded As A Man And Enlisted As A Ranker In The Vordanai Colonials, Hoping Only To Avoid Notice But When Chance Sees Her Promoted To Command, She Must Win The Hearts Of Her Men And Lead Them Into Battle Against Impossible Odds.The Fates Of Both These Soldiers And All The Men They Lead Depend On The Newly Arrived Colonel Janus Bet Vhalnich, Who Has Been Sent By The Ailing King To Restore Order His Military Genius Seems To Know No Bounds, And Under His Command, Marcus And Winter Can Feel The Tide Turning But Their Allegiance Will Be Tested As They Begin To Suspect That The Enigmatic Janus S Ambitions Extend Beyond The Battlefield And Into The Realm Of The Supernatural A Realm With The Power To Ignite A Meteoric Rise, Reshape The Known World, And Change The Lives Of Everyone In Its Path.