Island of the Sorcerer Released

The latest Kormak short story, Island of the Sorcerer has gone live. Here’s the blurb:

A longship of giant warriors missing at sea. An ancient island of alien magic risen from the depths of the ocean. Long dead wizards returned from beyond the grave. Kormak must cope with all three in this thrilling tale of swords and sorcery.

You can find it through the links below. Unfortunately, as of the time of writing Island of the Sorcerer is not up on either Kobo or Google Play. They will get there sooner or later though.

Islandofthesorcerer

Amazon US

Amazon UK

Amazon DE

Smashwords

Nook

Apple


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Comments

  1. Love the way Kormak’s universe is expanding and the additions of the giants. Another great read, can’t wait for the next release.

    • Thank. I really enjoyed writing the giants. It’s probably not the last we’ll see of them either. Should not be too long before the next release. I have 4 books more or less ready to go. I might even post the covers today if I can find the time.

  2. George Douglas says:

    Well, sir, after just having finished reading this, I have to say that it was a thumping good read. There was some excellent world-building and the giants were great fun to read. I got a bit of an early G&F vibe which was great and brought a fresh wave of nostalgia.

  3. Is there a recommended reading order for the Kormak stories? In particular, where do the short stories fall in with the books. Or can they be read in any order. As you can tell, I am new to the series.

    • Hi Steven– the novels occur chronologically in order from 1 through to 8 so far. The short stories take place before the novels. I have no idea of their actual chronological order. They were just written down as the ideas came. Best place to start is Stealer of Flesh and just work your way through the novels then read the short stories.

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