Grey Sister by Mark Lawrence
 

Grey Sister

Review

 
Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #5: The First Five to Fall
 

Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #5

The First Five to Fall

 
Lian Hearn Interview – Orphan Warriors
 

Lian Hearn

Interview – Orphan Warriors

 

Browsing all articles tagged with Miles Cameron.

Cold Iron by Miles Cameron

Cold Iron by Miles Cameron
4

Cold Iron follows the exploits of Aranthur Timos, a poor but conscientious student, at a university called The Academy, which can be found in a city called the City. The City seems to me to be a fusion of Byzantium and Renaissance-era Venice, possibly with some elements of the Holy Roman Empire and the actual […]

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Miles Cameron Interview – The Fall of Dragons

Miles Cameron Interview – The Fall of Dragons 

Five years ago The Red Knight came into the world to high acclaim. This year The Traitor Son Cycle concluded with The Fall of Dragons. We at Fantasy-Faction have been following this series since the beginning and are lucky enough to have here today author, re-enactor, outdoors expert, and weapons specialist Miles Cameron to tell us […]

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Historical Research with Miles Cameron and Anthony Ryan

Historical Research with Miles Cameron and Anthony Ryan 

The fantasy genre has always been happily aware of its deep connection to history. Pull a book at random from the fantasy section of your bookstore and you’re sure to find something that jogs your high school memories of Scandinavian Vikings (The Blade Itself), the Napoleonic Wars (The Thousand Names), The Wars of the Roses […]

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The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron

The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron
3.5

What does a true medieval fantasy look like? It is the most accepted and stereotypical settings for fantasy novels and yet few authors consider the subtle intricacies of the time period in regards to building their new fantasy world. The world of The Traitor Son Cycle is constructed as a full-fleshed fantasy world in the […]

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The Red Knight by Miles Cameron

The Red Knight by Miles Cameron
4.25

I had the fortunate pleasure to receive an early copy of Miles Cameron’s debut novel, The Red Knight. Never have I been more pleasantly surprised and impressed with a writer’s skills, which far exceeded my humble expectations. While Miles Cameron has written before, this is his first attempt at a fantasy novel, and it certainly […]

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