3,5 stars. A nice adventure, d&d quest style, with dungeons, action, mercenaries, ancient Gods and mysterious cripples. Very fast moving and constructed in episodes. It starts off simply but the story grew on me, the author has a lot of imagination and the characters are all competent, flawed and relatable.
Nothing too fancy, but enjoyable and humorous, a pure sword and sorcery tale with no cliffhangers.She pulled away to peer up into his face. ‘You look like a sack of dog’s testicles, you know that? And I don’t mean that in a nice way.’