Thieves’ Honor by David Combs

Fantasy | Adventure | Paranormal

286 pages

I received a copy of this book directly from the author in exchange for an honest review.

What is it about?

This is a fantasy adventure story in which a master thief, barbarian warrior, and performing magician are recruited/forced to work together in order to find and destroy a vampire with plans to take over a city. 

Was it good?

This book was entertaining. The characters banter with each other all throughout the story. Also, the constant fighting seems to have a real “bar fight” atmosphere to them with our heroes being constantly thrown across a room or into a wall, or being held up by their necks and threatened to death. Honestly, I don’t know how they survived until the end, but it was amusing along the way. 

The story was a bit predictable and the writing could use another round of editing. Primarily what bothered me was the lack of question marks when people ask questions. If it weren’t for that I am sure I would have liked this book a lot more.

If the description above sounded interesting to you, then I recommend you give it a try. It’s not too long a story to just read for fun, and the characters will keep you interested.

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