I always have a bit of trepidation when sending a piece of my work out into the world, so I’m very happy to report that the feedback to ‘Chivalry: A Jake Savage Adventure’ has been very positive. As well as good reviews on Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and Smashwords, the story has also been picked up by a popular Book Blog Edi’s Book Lighthouse. Here’s some extracts from ediFanoB’s review:
Mark Lord gives a very intense and painstakingly depiction of the horrors of war. The setting is an unexpected one and the supernatural sparkle intensifies the atmosphere a lot.
The pacing is excellent and Mark Lord does not waste a word too much. The end is a tricky one. It is not an expected one and it delivers not the 100% solution. But it is as satisfying as the story itself.
I hope there will be more Jake Savage stories (a full novel would be great) soon.
Chivalry: A Jake Savage Adventure satisfied my craving for historical fiction with a mystery touch which is taking a greater part within my reading comfort zone of epic fantasy, steampunk and space opera.
- Chivalry: A Jake Savage Adventure Published (marklord.info)
- New Medieval History Book: Chivalry in Medieval England by Nigel Saul (marklord.info)
- IS Chivalry DEAD? (mamachel.com)
- From the Prayer Book of Medieval Chivalry (paulocoelhoblog.com)
One thought on “Review of Chivalry at Edi’s Book Lighthouse”
Mark, thank you very much for mentioning my review. It was a pleasure to read Chivalry.
I hope that more people will share the pleasure with me and read Chivalry.
Jake Savage has a new fan.