Tag Archives: Egil and Nix

[Advance Review] A Conversation in Blood: An Egil & Nix Novel


Paul S. Kemp is back for his third installment of the Egil and Nix trilogy. An epic story about two best friends going out and causing havoc with an extra large dose of smartassery. ~Larry Killian, The Founding Fields 

A Discourse In Steel by Paul S. Kemp – Book Review [Shadowhawk]

A Discourse in Steel

Shadowhawk reviews the second novel in Paul S. Kemp’s Egil and Nix sword and sorcery series.

“A grand old episode of the adventures of Egil and Nix with a much stronger sword and sorcery vibe.” ~Shadowhawk, The Founding Fields

Egil and Nix: A Discourse In Steel by Paul S. Kemp – Book Review [Bane of Kings]

A Discourse in Steel

Bane of Kings returns to the Egil & Nix series by Paul S. Kemp, with the second volume – A Discourse in Steel, published by Angry Robot Books.

“Paul S. Kemp provides an entertaining and enjoyable ride through the lives of Egil & Nix. Another strong contender for the most fun book of the year, people who loved their first outing won’t be able to put this one down.” ~The Founding Fields

A Discourse in Steel by Paul S. Kemp – Advance Review [djinn24]


Larry reviews the dark and gritty sequel to The Hammer and the Blade, A Discourse in Steel, book 2 of the ‘A Tale of Egil and Nix’ series by Paul S. Kemp published by Angry Robot Books available June 25th.

Egil and Nix back once again kicking serious ass in this sequel ~The Founding Fields

WARNING: This is the second or greater book in an ongoing series, spoilers to previous books maybe contained within.

The Hammer and The Blade by Paul S. Kemp – Advance Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews Paul S. Kemp’s first in a new original fantasy series for Angry Robot Books, a novel that follow the adventures of the new thieving duo on the block, Egil and Nix.

“Swords & Sorcery at its best for a modern audience, The Hammer and The Blade echoes the magic of the old Dragonlance novels and takes the reader on a fast-paced adventure against sorcerors and demons through some of the most dangerous locations in the world.” ~The Founding Fields