Author: Craig Saunders
Published: February 3/15 by Darkfuse
Genre: dark fantasy
Back Cover Blurb:
When his daughter goes missing, he finds himself pitted in a deadly game against the Gods themselves. Powerful enemies surround him—a changeling, a mage, and a god who wants to destroy the world.
With silver bullets in his gun and death on his mind, Holland aims to set things right...or die trying.
For the captors of Holland’s daughter, death is not only on it’s way, it’s in their very possession as Holland's daughter isn't just a girl...in fact, she's barely mortal at all...
She's Ankou, Death's daughter, and she's not an easy mark.
The battleground has been set, the world’s at stake, and all Hell is about the break loose.
Masters of Blood and Bone is an epic clash between good and evil, life versus death, Gods against mortals, a timeless story of power and corruption and one man’s pursuit to protect what he loves at any cost.
I found it to be a bit difficult to stay completely immersed in the story at times. I wasn’t able to connect with the characters, which left me feeling removed from the story. I don’t feel as if I really got to know any of the characters well throughout, however they did carry their roles in the novel well.
This is definitely a dark yet at times philosophical novel. It was an enjoyable read that definitely kept me thinking throughout.