What Remains Of Heroes

by David Benem

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Book 23 of 48 in the Best Indie Fantasy Books
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"David Benem has crafted a very dark sort of fantasy here -- one that is violent and sometimes even vulgar -- but one in which all of the pieces are polished to a shine, dazzling the reader from start to finish." - Bob Milne, Beauty in Ruins                                                                                                                                         
Lannick deVeers used to be somebody.  A hero, even.  Then, he ran afoul of the kingdom's most powerful general and the cost he paid was nearly too much to bear.  In the years that followed, his grief turned him into a shadow of his former self, and he spent his days drowning his regrets in tankards of ale.                                                                                       
But now an unexpected encounter casts Lannick upon an unlikely path to revenge.  If he can just find the strength to overcome the many mistakes of his past, he can seize the chance to become a hero once more.                                                                                                                          
And with an ancient enemy lurking at the kingdom's doorstep, he'd better...

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Albert Hagler | 2016-03-31 09:48:12
I enjoyed this book as much as anything by Abercrombie (probably most similar in style) or Lawrence or Erikson. I didn't know it was an indie until I saw this top 25 indie list--it's placement is very well-deserved and probably too low if anything.
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