In the land of ice and monsters, there is nothing mundane about treachery. Eternal consequences flow from mundane actions.
When I wrote my review of Darkness and Stone, book 3 in Peter Nealen’s “The Lost” series, I said Nealen had done a great job wrapping it up. Nealen wrote me and let me know that there was plenty more where that came from. I still think Nealen made
Darkness and Stone wraps up Peter Nealen’s WarGate series The Lost nicely. You get a cataclysmic final confrontation, endless chthonic horrors, and the phrase, “you mean you just guilt-tripped him to death?” One of my favorite things about this series is that Nealen manages to give the impression that
Shadows and Crows: The Lost — Book 2 by Peter Nealen is a dark and otherworldly adventure in a haunted world that sits right at the edge of familiarity. Like the spectres that lurk in the gloaming, it feels like if you listen long enough, you might recognize something you know.
Ice and Monsters: The Lost — Book 1 by Peter Nealen [Galaxy’s Edge store] borrows from the dark humor and fatalism of the northmen and the legends of the Irish to craft a brutal and desperate tale of survival in a frozen and mysterious world. Conor McCall, of the clan