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The Undying Prince by Baron Blackwell

The best color to paint with is blood.

It has been centuries since the Sorcerer-Kings of old destroyed the world in their mad race to create ever-more-horrifying creatures. Now in the Fourth Age, known as the Age of Monsters, humanity clings to life by its fingernails, hidden behind walled cities and towns. On the island of Daði, four kingdoms exist in an uneasy truce, ruled and protected . . .

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Though the Heavens Should Fall by ClearMadness

An action packed twist on Xianxia

The Heavenly Empire expands ever onward. Its loyal and disciplined soldiers march forth to conquer and destroy all of humanity’s enemies while its priests preach the word of the Archon, the long-ago ascended incarnation of God. Verus is a simple young temple ward whose natural talents have earned him a chance to travel to the provincial capital and learn . . .

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THE UNDYING PRINCE

The dragon demands flesh!

By Maromar, author of Mystic Nan

Aug 8, 2017: If you seek to gorge yourself upon a tale of grim woes and bloody trials, Baron Blackwell’s The Undying Prince may be for you. It surges across a less trodden path than its contemporaries, melding fantasy elements with xianxia according to the author’s synopsis. Less evident, though nonetheless present, are dashes of psychological horror and Lit-RPG.

If I were to describe it in one word, I’d have to go with “complex”. One should take into consideration all the fair and foul [more . . .]

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