Verdict on Crimson Fields

Verdict on Crimson Fields

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An engineer upsets the rigid social order of a medieval-level magical society as his attempts to return to our world amass him more power-and more enemies. The continuing adventures of Christopher Sinclair, mechanical engineer turned priest of war. Christopher is sent north to avenge the destruction of County Nordland, but murderous dragons and genocidal goblins are the least of his worries when his allies keep promising to kill him first. His advancement has not gone unnoticed, and even powers outside the realm show an interest in his career. As always, the price is high, and Christopher is not the only one who must pay.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 368 pages
  • 140 x 210 x 25.4mm | 340.19g
  • Amherst, United States
  • English
  • 1633884376
  • 9781633884373
  • 1,258,693

Review quote

Praise for The World of Prime:

"Lively characters and solid worldbuilding keep the story moving."

--Publishers Weekly (on Gold Throne in Shadow)

"This is excellent epic fantasy... pulls the reader in quickly."

--Bull Spec

"Leaves the reader eager for the next chapter in this story."


"An exciting new take on the modern-man-meets-magic conflict--it's a how-to guide for surviving in a world of gods and monsters."

--DAVE GROSS, author of Prince of Wolves (on Sword of the Bright Lady)
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About M.C. Planck

M.C. Planck is the author of Judgment at Verdant Court, Gold Throne in Shadow, and Sword of the Bright Lady. After a nearly-transient childhood, he hitchhiked across the country and ran out of money in Arizona. So he stayed there for thirty years, raising dogs, getting a degree in philosophy, and founding a scientific instrument company. Having read virtually everything by the old masters of SF&F, he decided he was ready to write. A decade later, with a little help from the Critters online critique group, he was actually ready. He was relieved to find that writing novels is easier than writing software, as a single punctuation error won't cause your audience to explode and die. When he ran out of dogs, he moved to Australia to raise his daughter with kangaroos.
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Rating details

190 ratings
4.11 out of 5 stars
5 36% (69)
4 42% (80)
3 17% (33)
2 4% (8)
1 0% (0)
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