Here’s a few of the reviews that have come in so far for ‘The Bloody North’. The book has certainly been well received, and I have the outline for Book II ‘The Rising Fire’ ready to go.
If you haven’t read ‘The Bloody North’ yet, be sure to grab a copy from either the US or UK Kindle Stores. Or email me, tonyleehealey(at)gmail.com and I’ll happily send you a copy for your (hopeful) enjoyment.
“Brilliant, fast paced book, got hooked from the first page and can’t wait for the rest of the series.”
“I would recommend this book to anyone that has developed an appreciation of high fantasy through the Game of Thrones TV show. The Bloody North is action-packed and episodic, making it ripe to devour over a weekend–or within an evening if your appetite demands it. Definitely worth your time.”
“It’s a wonderful thing when authors you know or read can surprise you, and it’s a wonderful thing as a writer to hit a growth spurt. In time, The Fallen Crown series will rival not just his success with Far From Home, but I can see it nipping at the heels of your largest mainstream fantasies. It’s just that damn good.”
“Healey does characterizations and descriptions well, and keeps you on the edge of your seat as the action comes fast and furiously. The dialogue is crisp and often humorous in spite of the deadly events that unfold. I’m sure this is going to be a very well known epic fantasy series so you might as well get started now. This is one of those books you can’t put down.”
“The blade itself meets Josey Wales. The bloody north is a very quick read and has been edited and proofread properly, which is rare in kindle books. The story moves at a good clip and is a nice mix of swords and magic. A good read for anyone.”
“A very good read easy to get in to and easy to follow, a fast paced story to keep you reading, also very interesting characters, I look forward to the next in the series.”
“A very good start to hopefully a great and exciting new series by Tony. The characters are well developed and the story line and action are really good and sometimes quite brutal, which is just how I like it.”