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Two Reviews of “Nights of Villjamur”

Dark Wolf Fantasy Reviews has a very thorough review of Nights of Villjamur:

I was caught in the spell of “Nights of Villjamur” but the end of the novel didn’t bring my release and I was left wondering about the outcome of its story. Mark Charan Newton shows in his novel a great potential, for him as a writer and for his fantasy series, “Legends of the Red Sun”, and I believe that he can sit without question in the hall of the new names of epic fantasy writers and bring his contribution to a great new generation of such authors.

I do so hate not bringing about his release – I never like to leave people in such a state, I feel like such a floozy.

Meanwhile, Liz at My Favourite Books also reviews Nights of Villjamur.

Nights is an epic fantasy chock full of fresh, off the wall ideas, yet Mark manages to keep the heady cocktail of cultists, flying soldiers, zombies, diabolical politicians, albinos and genocide under tight control, nimbly weaving the various storylines together into a satisfying whole.

Read the rest. Thanks, Liz!

By Mark Newton

Born in 1981, live in the UK. I write about strange things.

2 replies on “Two Reviews of “Nights of Villjamur””

I read your book and I read a lot of reviews. From all reviews the one from Dark Wolf express most of my impressions. And to be honest I’m keen to read the next one.

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