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5 * The Incorruptibles is a rare thing: a clever story and an action-packed one SFX One part ancient Rome, two parts wild west, one part Faust. A pinch of Tolkien, of Lovecraft, of Dante. This is strange alchemy, a recipe I've never seen before. I wish more books were as fresh and brave as this Patrick Rothfuss It's GUNSLINGER meets LORD OF THE RINGS. It is amazing." And "This book is legit amazing CHUCK WENDIG Fantasy needs writers who push the envelope, and Jacobs finds the edge and tears right through it. If you want original, you've picked up the right book MYKE COLE It's here that The Incorruptibles gets good. Great, I'd go so far as to say. Now that the stakes have been made plain, our heroes' real responsibilities revealed, and the overarching conflict at least alluded to, Jacobs' novel properly kicks off. What follows is grim and gripping, surprising and exciting, tense and tremendously well-told, too Tor.com wildly innovative and highly readable story which, I think, should be nominated for quite a few awards next year. It is unlike anything else out there at the moment and I think many will be surprised by its unflinching ambition and often, beautifully poetic language Upcoming 4 Me 8.5/10 Fast paced, action packed with its unusual mix of Westerns, daemons and Ancient Rome Fantasy Book Review This for me reminded me of the first time i read a Mark Lawrence, Scott Lynch and Joe Abercrombie, that sense of WOW, this is fresh and new and exciting. That i need to read more from this author very soon Pandemenion Books This is an author with vision as we're slowly separated from our preconceptions The Bookbag The Incorruptibles is not the longest book in the world, but its relentless drive, its tight focus and its identifiable characters leaves you wanting more at the end, and it is more memorable as a result of its brevity. Definitely an author I'd revisit again SFF World The Incorruptibles is a great opener to a new series, you will learn a lot, some questions are answered but a lot more raised. I am already a big fan of this series and am looking forward to see just in which direction John Hornor Jacobs will take his story next The Book Plank A quick, interesting and original fantasy novel. Definitely recommended, I am eager to read more by this author, and certainly more in this world Civilian Reader 4.5/5. An absorbing turn into secondary world fantasy that deserves a wide audience SF Signal In short, read 'The Incorruptibles'. Just do it. Once Hornor Jacobs lets the plot have its head, the book is a joy to behold Graeme's Fantasy Book Review This is definitely one of my favourite reads so far in 2014 The Eloquent Page The Incorruptibles blends coyboys, the Roman empire and high fantasy and not only get away with this unusual mix but pulls it off with such aplomp that you're left wondering why no one has attempted it before The Financial Times

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On the edges of the Empire, life is hard - and men must be harder. Gritty fantasy perfect for fans of Abercrombie's RED COUNTRY or Mark Lawrence's PRINCE OF THORNS.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3239 KB
  • Print Length: 321 pages
  • Publisher: Gollancz; Reprint edition (14 August 2014)
  • Sold by: Hachette Book Group (AU)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IXTQHVQ
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #418,409 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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