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Andy Remic Kell’s Legend BOOK ONE OF THE CLOCKWORK VAMPIRE CHRONICLES This book is dedicated to the man who inspired me to write fantasy in the first place: the late . Book one of the. Clockwork vampire.

Andy Remic Kell’s Legend BOOK ONE OF THE CLOCKWORK VAMPIRE CHRONICLES This book is dedicated to the man who inspired me to write fantasy in the first place: the late . This book is dedicated to the man who. inspired me to write fantasy in the first place

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Andy Remic has been described as the natural successor to David Gemmell, an accolade he refuses to admit starting himself. He began his writing career writing high-octane science fiction novels, but soon diversified into visceral fantasy with his debut fantasy trilogy, "The Clockwork Vampire Chronicles". Remic lives in the north of England. Series: Clockwork Vampire Chronicles (Book 1). MP3 CD.

The Clockwork Vampire Chronicles. Book 1. Andy Remic31 August 2010. Watkins Media Limited. It is a time for warriors, a time for heroes. Kell's axe howls out for blood. The land of Falanor has been invaded by an albino army, the Army of Iron

The Clockwork Vampire Chronicles. The land of Falanor has been invaded by an albino army, the Army of Iron. A small group set off to warn the king: Kell, a magnificent and brutal hero; his granddaughter, Nienna and her friend, Katrina; and Saark, the ex-Sword Champion of King Leanoric, disgraced after his affair with the Queen. Fighting their way south, betrayal follows battle, battle follows deviation, and they are attacked from all quarters by deadly warriors, monstrous harvesters who drain blood from their victims to feed their masters.

ANDY REMIC Vampire Warlords BOOK THREE OF THE CLOCKWORK VAMPIRE CHRONICLES This novel is dedicated . Well, a grim side of Kell's soul decided, if not then sudden impact, sudden death, it would be better than living as slaves to the vampires.

ANDY REMIC Vampire Warlords BOOK THREE OF THE CLOCKWORK VAMPIRE CHRONICLES This novel is dedicated to my great friend and fellow writer, Ian Graham, author of Monument. General Graal was in his way.

And worse is to come, for Kell is anything but a hero. Kell's Legend is loosely based on the traditional fantasy story, brave but world weary warrior type who just wants to retire from any bloodshed and finds himself forced to use his talents of destruction. This tradition though is then bashed on the head and burried 6 feet deep with inclusion of the clockwork vampires creating a blend of fantasy horror and fantastic fight scenes. I mean really top quality fight scenes

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Ferocious fantasy from a real-life hardman come to claim the post-Gemmell world. They came from the north, and the city fell. It is a time for warriors, a time for heroes. Kell's axe howls out for blood. The land of Falanor has been invaded by an albino army, the Army of Iron. A small group set off to warn the king: Kell, a magnificent and brutal hero; his granddaughter, Nienna and her friend, Katrina; and Saark, the ex-Sword Champion of King Leanoric, disgraced after his affair with the Queen. Fighting their way south, betrayal follows battle, battle follows deviation, and they are attacked from all quarters by deadly warriors, monstrous harvesters who drain blood from their victims to feed their masters. As Falanor comes under heavy attack and invasion, only then does Nienna begin to learn the truth about grandfather Kell -- that he is anything but a hero. Ferocious fantasy from a real-life hardman come to claim the post-Gemmell world. FILE UNDER: Fantasy [A City Besieged / A Dangerous Hero / Bloodsucking Hordes / Epic Battles]

Comments: (7)

Gietadia
Kells Legend follows 4 weary people escaping from a cowardice attack on their town. Two are young university girls, one of their grandfather who happens to be a legend, and a thief who used to be more.They narrowly escape a Harvestor who is so upset that he sends a canker. Both of these villanous beings are working with the vachine clockwork vampire Graal who plans to over take this kingdom and make them his cattle to harvest their blood.

The story begins nicely enough with a retired war hero trying to feed his granddaughter soup and keep her focused on going to university. Then, everything picks up speed and you barrel through this story from one magnificent fight to another. With no breathing room really in between because as the stories twist and turn and more characters re introduced, you don't know who to trust. They make it to the big battle and things start heating up, getting intense, and you feel satisfaction coming. Except then, it just is overrun by the villians, Kell and Saark try to escape to save his granddaughter, and then it ends...almost mid sentence it seems.

I know, this is Book 1, which means there will be a 2. Still, there was no closure to virtually anything. Everyone, literally, is left hanging from cliffs while you have to wait for the next book to be released. It is well written and the action is nice. The new twist of the vampire as well as the other creatures in this text keeps you biting your nails and turning pages. Overall, I did like it. It was difficult to understand when some of the new story lines were introduced, but the characters are great and I like almost all of them. My problem is that when reading the next one, I will have to remember all the plot lines left open from this one since nothing was resolved. Still, it is a good read with tons of action and fighting and heros being developed. So, give it a go because I think it is a good story in the making.
Paster
It is not your typical sword & magic story; the story has more than one main character, so do not be put off by the title, even though as a main character the hero will certainly shock the readers expecting a young and inexperienced character.
I found it refreshing that the hero does not have to be trained in what he has to do; this does not make the quest any easier, and the turns ans twist in the story keeps it entertaining. Cyborg-vampires are certainly different from all other forms of fantasy books. The story has armies, battles, the odds are certainly against the hero, so it is a book that keeps you guessing what will happen; yet you are not able to second guess it. A good read.
Qag
Much of this would reflect the review by Munin. I downloaded this for free in-between books and thought I'd give it a chance.
Whereas there are moments of stunning vulgarity that offends me and tempted me to put the book down, those moments did set a certain tone for the author. I found the narrative had good flow and plenty of visceral action.
What the book needs is a heavy polish. The prose is so full of 'like' and 'and' that I began to re-read paragraphs the way I'd prefer them to be. All said, Remic devised a story that I wanted more of, page after page.
Kell is a terrific character. In these days of affordable e-books, I'll read more from Remic and be happy in the end.
Dodo
This book is painful to read. The species logic is tattered and based on nothing coherent and much of the premise is completely irrational. Having a creature feed on the life force of something that's frozen, dead, and decapitated is outright inane. Having a main character run to exhaustion then run more is just bad story telling. The writing is fair, but not great. If you can put up with the problems, it might be tolerable. I won't be keeping it or buying any more in the series.
Velan
Only way one gets to read the whole thing in Kindle.

This first volume is the ewakest, but once we stop looking for Druss and David Gemmel the story gains its own soul and pace.

If you want to give it a go, make sure you have access to the second and third volume ( only in paperback unless you get the whole Kindle set ).

Worth a go, definitely.
Phalaken
okay so i picked this book up for free on my kindle and figured i would give it a shot. i was hooked instantly. but at first i was a little annoyed because right as it would get to a climactic event with one character the chapter would end and move on to a different set of events with another character. but i soon realized that i got so into the new events that i forgot to be annoyed at the ending of the previous one. i wouldn't even think about what had happened prior in the story until it reverted back to the subject, then i would go "oh crap i forgot i wanted to know what happened!". all in all this is a good book with a HUGE twist on the common vampire folklore. i promise you i will read the sequel
Angana
Absolutely brainless, without the slightest hint of self-awareness. It reads like it was written by a teenager
I truly enjoy it when an author comes up with a new twist on the tried and true "Good v Evil", vampires, etc. Andy Remic does that and more in this introductory novel of the Clockwork Vampire trilogy. Wonderful!
Kell's Legend (Clockwork Vampire Chronicles) download epub
Fantasy
Author: Andy Remic
ISBN: 0007324154
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Subcategory: Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Angry Robot (September 3, 2009)
Pages: 448 pages