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  1. Shingetsu

    Reading the Demon Cycle series by Peter V. Brett

    The Warded Man is probably my favorite book in quite awhile. I've had the paperback on my shelf for many years, but with the switch to e-books there are allot I haven't gotten to. But I just finished The Desert Spear last night and some things have been eating away at my brain. I found Jardir's...
  2. S

    Review: The Daylight War by Peter V Brett

    4th March 2013 09:44 AM jeffrichards The Daylight War is the third in Peter V Brett’s Demon Cycle, detailing humanity’s struggle against demons that rise in the night to prey on them. Two powerful protagonists have been named as the Deliverer – the one who will unite the whole world in war...
  3. AndrewT

    Thoughts on Peter Brett

    I just picked up "The Warded Man" as it's called here. Before I decide when to start this I was wondering how he compares with his contemporaries - Jim Butcher, Brent Weeks, Scott Lynch, etc. Is Brett similar to them and better or worse?
  4. Werthead

    The Daylight War by Peter V. Brett

    The Daylight War by Peter V. Brett
  5. Brian G Turner

    The Daylight War by Peter V. Brett

    The Daylight War by Peter V. Brett Anyone here really looking forward to this? :)
  6. F

    The Painted Man by Peter V. Brett

    Firstly, let me say that ‘The Painted Man’ is a special, special book. I want to declare this book ‘The single best Novel I have ever read’. There is a series that I would rate higher as a collective than this (see my Night Angel Trilogy review), but in terms of a single novel – this is...
  7. Menion

    Peter V. Brett

    I don't rally now exactly where to post this, but I feel he diserves his own forum topic thingy :P I'm sure theres plenty of people that would enjoy to sit and chat about his books. {move it or delete it if this is in the wrong place}
  8. Werthead

    The Desert Spear by Peter V. Brett

    In the city of Krasia a young boy grows to manhood and becomes a skilled warrior and charismatic warleader. His name is Jardir, and he feels destined to become the new Deliverer, a warrior who will lead humanity to victory over the murderous demons who rise from the Core every night. A man comes...
  9. Clansman

    THE WARDED MAN (or THE PAINTED MAN) by Peter V. Brett

    Peter V. Brett’s The Warded Man, published in the UK as The Painted Man, is the best fantasy debut I’ve read since Patrick Rothfuss' The Name of the Wind. This book had me reading well into the night, and it is, to use a very hackneyed phrase, a real page-turner. The...
  10. Clansman

    Peter Brett: THE WARDED MAN

    i just finished the ARC of this book a week ago, and this guy really is worth a look. Darker fantasy, not medieval, but pre-industrial, fallen civilization setting, with an interesting premise. Characters are interesting, and the book was really hard to put down. The last new author I felt...
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