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Re: Favourite fantasy comic novels ( not allowing Sir Pratchett)
« Reply #15 on: November 18, 2020, 12:28:09 PM »
Started Orconimics having fun reading this one I’m pleasantly surprised  I thought it just be as poor as Here be Dragons, Kings of the Wyld and Gills All Fright Diner So I started off with no great expectations that I would like it.

It's the best one along with Paternus that I've read from the self-published list. I'm glad you're enjoying this quite original piece.

Started the second one, loving the story.

Has anyone read The Black Hawks by David Wragg? What did you think of it? Keep seeing it recommended to me.

Read it last month. I'd put it halfway between Abercrombie and Kings of the Wyld in terms of style. Fast paced action with lots of sweary humour. That humour didn't really work for me, but it was a quick and decent read.
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Re: Favourite fantasy comic novels ( not allowing Sir Pratchett)
« Reply #16 on: December 02, 2020, 05:34:37 PM »
I read The Dragons Banker by Scott Warren from this years SPFBO.

It's not as good as Orconomics, but still a very good read. Light read with an unexpected ending.

Definitely recommended.
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