REVIEW: The Lore of Prometheus by Graham Austin-King | Grimdark Magazine
When Graham Austin-King first approached me about an ARC of The Lore of Prometheus he described it as sort of Dean Koontz / Stephen King / Clive Barker style. Now, I’ve read one Koontz book and maybe two of King’s. I liked Koontz; King I’m not sure about. I was still interested, so said “bring it on”. Then the blurb was released and I started to think I might have made a mistake. A soldier MC, the story set in Kabul and the book further described as military fantasy. Let’s just say all of these are way out of my comfort zone so I was expecting not to enjoy this book. And why am I telling you all this? Because in the end I devoured the book in less than two days. And that’s only because I started to read it on a Sunday and I had to wake up early in the following morning. 76% was in practically one sitting and these days I average reading a book a week. In short, The Lore of Prometheus absolutely blew me away and exceeded all of my expectations by a mile. After a mission gone terribly wrong in Kabul, John Carver...
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