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Under a Colder Sun (Khale the Wanderer, #1) A Grimdark Fantasy Adventure Set In A World Of Darkness And Chaos Khale The Wanderer Dark Warrior Of Legend, A Reaver With A Demon S Soul King Alosse Ruler Of Colm, Willing To Risk Everything To Save His City And Its People Princess Milanda An Innocent, Kept Pure Since Birth, Unknowing Of Her Fate Neprokhodymh The Cursed City Of Sorcerers Where Khale Must Make A Choice That Will Scar Him For Life, Or Fall Into Darkness Forever INCLUDES BONUS SHORT STORIES Timestone And Each Dawn, I Die.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 215 pages
  • Under a Colder Sun (Khale the Wanderer, #1)
  • Greg James
  • English
  • 21 February 2018

About the Author: Greg James

Greg James is a Fantasy author based in London, England He has been writing stories since he was a child and still maintains that his pre adolescent adaptations of The Wizard of Oz featuring Godzilla and the Transformers have validity He enjoys long walks around his home city of London as well as reading, writing of course and thinking up new imaginary worlds to entertain readers with.You can Greg James is a Fantasy author based in London, England He has been writing stories since he was a child and still maintains that his pre adolescent adaptations of The Wizard of Oz featuring Godzilla and the Transformers have validity He enjoys long walks around his home city of London as well as reading, writing of course and thinking up new imaginary worlds to entertain readers with.You can sign up to his mailing list to hear about new releases at



10 thoughts on “Under a Colder Sun (Khale the Wanderer, #1)

  1. says:

    Take a very grimdark sort of tale, put an uncomfortably dark anti hero at the forefront, and you have the basic recipe for Under a Colder Sun I ve read a lot of fantasy, and I do tend to enjoy the darker side of the fantasy genre, but even I was a bit shocked at what Greg James pulled off here.Khale the Wanderer is a man who would be the villain in any other tale He s a reaver with a demon s soul who is equal parts warrior...

  2. says:

    I haven t read this book yet , but it is one of the 10 finalists in the Self Published Fantasy Blog Off That s 10 out of 270 hopefuls Read about the competition herehttp mark lawrence.blogspot.co.ukSee blogger ratings and reviews of the finalists here

  3. says:

    Full review over at Fantasy Book CriticANALYSIS Under A Colder Sun is Greg James dark tribute to Robert E Howard s Conan and perhaps a credible hat tip to Kane by Karl Edward Wagner The story is perfectly set in the grimdark mold and captured my imagination the most among the entire set of books that were in my SPFBO line up The story begins immediately in a land of Colm where Khale is widely reviled and the soldiers sent to give him a royal invitation share the same disgust King Alosse ha Full review over at Fantasy Book CriticANALYSIS Under A Colder Sun is Greg James dark tribute to Robert E Howard s Con...

  4. says:

    Under a Colder Sun is one of the books that made it through Mark Lawrence s SPFBO contest, so you already know that the quality of the writing is at the very least passable.Up until now I ve been relatively impersonal with my reviews, focusing on the writing and plot This review will be a temporary detour from that into the realm of ranting, feel free to stop reading now.When I heard that this work referred to itself as grimdark, I suppressed a shudder Usually this translates to reasonable wo Under a Colder Sun is one of the books that made it through Mark Lawrence s SPFBO contest, so you already know that...

  5. says:

    This book could easily have been a 5 star I m sad it didn t because I really enjoyed reading it.The book has a good pace, although the beginning was a bit strange But after that it completely hooked me in The prose has very creative, superb moments like chapter 16 Also, it felt very much alive with its descriptions of the rotten world of Khale But the author sometimes broke this effect by feeling the need to spoon feed us with some information or how a character was feeling, despite being This book could easily have been a 5 star I m sad it didn t because I really enjoyed reading it.The book has a good pace, although the beginning was a bit strange But after that it completely hooked me in The prose has very creative, superb moments like chapter 16 Also, it felt very much alive wit...

  6. says:

    DISCLAIMER I was given an ARC advance review copy of Under A Colder Sun in exchange for a review.Under A Colder Sun is unlike any other book I ve read where the villain is actually the hero This tale is about Khale the Wanderer, who by all accounts, is evil and one should cower in his presence Yet, at the same time, he ends up being the hero But not the hero of fairy tales who saves the damsel in distress by slaying the dragon, no He is a hero who has to do wrong in order to begin making DISCLAIMER I was given an ARC advance review copy of Under A Colder Sun in exchange for a review.Under A Colder Sun is unlike any other book I ve read where the villain is actually the hero This tale is about Khale the Wa...

  7. says:

    Finalist of SPFBO Read the full list of finalists here Khale an immortal, evil warrior guy is hired by the King of Colm to take his pure, virginal daughter Milanda to a city of sorcerers, where she will be sacrificed in exchange for keeping Colm from being invaded for a little while.Thoughts on the plus side, this is a short read and the writing itself was solid, if at times it could have used athrough edit However, I felt this book l Finalist of SPFBO Read the full list of finalists here Khale an immortal, evil warrior guy is hired by the King of Colm to take his pure, virginal daughter Milanda to a city of sorcerers, where she will be sacrificed in exchange for keeping Colm from being invaded for a little while.Thoughts on the plus side, this is a short read and the writing itself was solid, if at times it could have used athrough edit However, I felt this book lacked depth in most areas The characters were one dimensional, what character growth they had was unrealistic or abrupt, the worldbuilding was kept to a minimum and what worldbuilding there was seemed to put being gritty above making logical sense There was nothing that made me care about or be interested in the characters or stakes and I could see from a mile away that this was all going to end horribly, so no surprises there.Maybe hardcore grimdark fans might want to give it a go, especially if you can pick it up for free like I did, but in general I can t recommend.Verdict 3 10 Co...

  8. says:

    Such beautiful writing and vivid atmosphere that tingled at my imagination Shame that the characters have the depth of my pinkie toe, and the sub plots are about as clear as the mud and grime that coat each chapter ...

  9. says:

    I need a drink after finishing this The story is dark, extremely dark and never quite explained as to why the world is so dark I disliked the main hero , Leste The only person in the book who can be considered a hero and I found her a pig headed naive person who needed a good slap The other characters at least suited the situation in which they lived.The ending I have mixed feelings on On...

  10. says:

    Loyalty, he thought, the first and the worst of all sins.But Timoth had come to accept that common men, rich and poor, lived to disturb and upset the world around them.But beware the men of this world above all things They have a darkness born to them that not even the Gods can fathom I know this because I am its root and seed.I really enjoyed this book It s super short just over 200 pages , so this review won t be terribly long.It basically follows Khale, a very not so honorable man, that i Loyalty, he thought, the first and the worst of all sins.But Timoth had come to accept that common men, rich and poor, lived to disturb and upset the world around them.But beware the men of this world above all things They have a darkness born to them that not even the Gods can fathom I know this because I am its root and seed.I really enjoyed this book It s super short just over 200 pages , so this review won t be terribly long.It basically follows Khale, a very not so honorable man, that is tasked with escorting a princess to be betrothed There s a lot of little things going on in all that, but I don t want to spoil any surprises.The world feels like it s just emerging from a post apocalyptic event Left in the lands between cities are areas of great danger, full of monsters and erratic storms that can rip your skin off It s very dark and lonely For my taste, it was nicely developed No huge info dumps which I always appreciate It was rolled...

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