Fire and Sword - Dylan Doose

Fire and Sword

By Dylan Doose

  • Release Date: 2015-09-01
  • Genre: Fantasy
Score: 4.5
From 78 Ratings


Condemned to hang for their crimes, they'll march instead to perish as heroes, or live as free men.

A broken nation in need of a savior - ravaged by plague, decimated by dark magic, infiltrated by a foreign evil seeking to dominate from within. Three will rise to save the beleaguered land. But will they be enough?

A fantasy adventure for fans of Joe Abercrombie, Mark Lawrence and Scott Lynch!

Three men condemned to die: Aldous Weaver, a heretic monk turned sorcerer, imprisoned for accidentally incinerating the leader of his order. Kendrick the Cold, an infamous crusader turned fugitive, is a villain who knows he can never be a hero. Theron Ward, an aristocrat with a penchant for slaughtering monsters, and a legend in his own mind.

When the kingdom of Brynth is threatened by a far greater evil, the unlikely trio must make a choice — seek to escape this land that cries for their execution, or find the true heroes within themselves. And then, armed with fire and sword, march together against the forces of darkness. But can three such disparate warriors ever prevail?

  **Fire and Sword received a Library Journal Honorable Mention (2016) and was a Shelf Unbound Magazine Notable 100 (2015)**

Don't miss the dark fantasy that reviewers are calling 'gritty, fast-paced and compelling'—get your copy of Fire and Sword today!

Read all the books in the Sword and Sorcery Series!
Fire and Sword (Volume 1)
Catacombs of Time (Volume 2)
I Remember My First Time (short story)
The Pyres (Volume 3)
Ice and Stone (Volume 4)
As They Burn (Volume 5)


  • An epic fantasy

    By impulsefish
    If you have played any total war war hammer this book feels very skaven! Loved it and I don’t love much!
  • Waxing Philosophic

    By Darxy*
    I can understand and appreciate the attempt to balance a gore filled story with a bit of prose and theory about good and evil. However it was an attempt that failed as overbearing snippets from fictional historic characters from that world, poorly done flash backs, and forced conversations are shoved down my throat. Keep to the gore, leave the philosophy for another day.