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I really recommend this if you enjoy Urban Fantasy, dark fantasy, thrillers with fantasy elements.
Rojan was a suave character and his point of view was nicely developed, but sometimes I felt he came off as almost a misogynist at the beginning.
As far as the story, it has a unique setting and I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the books in the trilogy.
Rojan Dizon is a bounty hunter in the city-state of Mahala living a quiet life in the shadows and trying to stay out of trouble as much as possible. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Kriti Godey
A very gritty dystopia fantasy fiction story following a main character who is flawed. He is a ladies man and never seems to keep a woman long. Read morePublished 1 month ago by N. Albert
Started good but really died towards the end. Interesting concepts that didn't play well over the long haul.Published 5 months ago by Aaron Freeberg
I can't give it five stars because within the first six pages, there are grammatical errors...as in the misspelling of the word "too" -the most basic of all grammar skills,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by M. Allen
Fade to Black by Francis Knight
This is really a great debut novel. There is a lot to like about it and there is a bit even to detest. Read more
I came across this book as an excerpt in the 2014 John w. Campbell nominee collection. It intruiged me enough to want to read more so, after checking the kindle price I took the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Phazedout
For starters, it's fantasy from 1st Person POV, which we don't get to see that often.
I liked the character of Rojan Dizon, even if he did have a bad habit of repeating... Read more
FADE TO BLACK was a strong debut novel for Francis Knight, relying on strong world-building, brisk plotting and a strong supporting cast of secondary characters to overcome my... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jeryn Coldfire
The city of Mahala is located in an enclosed pass, the city built up the sides of the mountains over hundreds of years. Read morePublished 18 months ago by A. Whitehead