Dead Man's Steel
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Dead Man's Steel


As the “gripping”* epic from the author of Sword of the North continues, the Grim Company must battle a dangerous new enemy that is determined to destroy all of humanity...

In the City of Towers, former rebel Sasha and her comrade Davarus Cole struggle to keep the peace between the warring mages who vie for dominion. But when the White Lady sends Davarus south to the Shattered Realms to seek allies among the fallen kingdoms, he finds that his hardest battle may be one fought within. The godly essence now residing within him offers power that could be used against the Fade—but with every death that feeds It, Cole risks losing a part of himself.
An association with a Fade officer grants the Halfmage Eremul a position of privilege among Dorminia’s new masters. He witnesses firsthand the fate that awaits humanity. But with his magic pitiful in the face of the Fade’s advanced technology, the Halfmage must rely on his wits alone to save whom he can…
And in the frozen north, the legendary warrior Brodar Kayne fights a desperate battle for his people. He is running out of time: an ancient evil sealed beneath the mountains is about to break free, an evil that is older than humanity, older than the Fade, older even than the gods—and it will not stop until the entire world is drowned in blood…

Title:Dead Man's Steel
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:448 pages

    Dead Man's Steel Reviews

  • Samir
    Jan 06, 2017

    This is difficult to rate. I hate it when the last book in the series is the weakest one. I hate it even more when the series in question is the one I love...It really makes me sad :(After a lot of po...

  • Andy
    Dec 27, 2016

    Found the last part easier to acclimatise with than the middle book, mind that’s oft the case. Its a tried & trusted formulaic trilogy with book 1 getting all the gang together, book 2 sees them go ...

  • Thomas Barnard
    Dec 28, 2016

    Not only a poor final entry to a mediocre series, but a poor fantasy novel in general. Completely bereft of tension, good characters, or even an interesting plot and, worst of all, the story takes you...

  • Matteo
    Jan 05, 2017

    The book was very good and if you like the grimdark genre, this is definitely the ideal series for you.The Grim Company is reunited for the last impossible challenge and we discover more about the mys...

  • Jeremiah
    Jan 09, 2017

    Book 1 was a great set up for this series. Book 2 saw the tension ratcheting up nicely, and waiting nearly a year for Book 3 was somewhat excruciating, which is usually a good sign that I'm pretty hea...

  • Paul O'Neill
    Jan 07, 2017

    Puts book downStands on tableSlow claps Luke Scull for delivering a damn good trilogyUp there with my top trilogies (Mistborn B Sanderson and Broken Empire M Lawrence). Absolutely fantastic, this fina...

  • Nick Brett
    Dec 11, 2016

    The end of a satisfying trilogy (and you do need to read them in order). As we reach the final part a lot is thrown in, our Northern warriors, an invasion from an almost invincible from the other side...

  • Michael
    Dec 26, 2016

    This is the 3rd book in "The Grim Company" trilogy by Luke Scull. This is an epic Fantasy adventure with all the elements a great fantasy needs. In my reviews of the last two books I mentioned that th...

  • Nicholas Jagelman
    Jan 05, 2017

    So loved the first two books, yes the writing was clumsy and yes the world was insane but it was fun, the character are interesting and you could see some real growth in them, and the overall story ar...

  • Vanessa
    Jan 15, 2017

    This whole series has been one of my favorites. A perfect blend of all the things I love in this genre: flawed characters, epic landscapes, gut-spilling battles, and of course, the humour. Not to ment...