james barclay

  1. Brian G Turner

    James Barclay

    I know Nixie has mentioned enjoying James Barclay's novels, but has anyone else read anything by him? Anything specifically to recommend? I remember being at a Derby event where he read aloud a piece that - if I recall correctly, sounded like some form of Zombie Apocalypse set in Roman times...
  2. P

    Elves: Rise of the TaiGethen, by James Barclay

    Rating: ***** (5 stars out of 5) Review: ‘Elves: Rise of the TaiGethen’ is the second book in James Barclay’s trilogy about the Elves. It is his eleventh novel and returns us to the world he created in the seven ‘Raven’ books. However, it takes place nearly three thousand years before the...
  3. Werthead

    Cry of the Newborn by James Barclay

    The mighty city of Estorr has expanded its power and influence over the surrounding kingdoms, forging over the course of 850 years a vast empire known as the Conquord. The supreme ruler of the Conquord, the Advocate, believes that the Empire must expand and conquer to survive. With the empire...
  4. nixie

    James Barclay

    James Barclay, he doesn't seem to draw much attention here.His first two series, Chronicles of Raven and Legend of the Raven, I found to be enjoyable reads. Nothing overly complex and easy to follow and not scared to kill of characters.His latest offering The Ascendants of Estorea a duology, is...
  5. nixie

    James Barclay

    I don't think I've ever seen any mention of Barclay's books here. Having read both The Chronicles of The Raven and The legend of The Raven plus Lightstealer He is rapidly becoming one of my favourite authors and I can't wait for The Cry of the Newborn to be released in October.Has anyone else...