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There are some books that ought to be read and applauded for their creativity, their sense of style and their originality. It's some years since I read this book (15 or more??) but Hunter's series is one that ought to have been picked up and loved by the fantasy community far more than the small number of reviews would suggest.This book revels in its light-heartedness, but also its heart. It's funny throughout, their almost an Alice in Wonderland feel at times, but the writing is consistently cl...
A read this book around 2004, was the first fiction book I hired from a library and couldn’t put it down. I was 14 at the time and finished it in a couple of weeks.Been trying to remember what it was called in the recent years and so glad I’ve eventually found it again!Good read, would recommend!
A dear old book friend fondly remembers and I read it for more than 15 years ago.
I finished this book, so I suppose it has to rate more than one star...It's not very good. Oddly compelling at times, but if you want to read the story of an amnesic soldier, Gene Wolfe's "Soldier of the Mist" is infinitely better.Knight's Dawn jumps between fantasy, romance novel, and action. None are done very well. There's no character development. Don't waste your time like I did!
A knight wakes up in territory unknown, memory gone, with signs of having been involved in a mighty battle except that there hadn't been a battle in that area for a hundred years.So begins knoght's adventures involving wizards, betrayal, battle, love and friendship.I enjoyed it. You probably will too.
couldn't put this down! not my usual style ; i usually go for historical romance!!! some romance- but the story & character are so intriguing from the get go- highly addictive book!! magical mystery book! definitely recommend!!
I was sucked into this book from the first few pages, I needed to find out what Soldier was all about and where he had come from.I have enjoyed the different situations that Soldier has had to overcome and the characters that he has met along the way.
Promising start descended into banaal string of magical events. Won't bother with other volumes as I'm afraid they'll just be repetition