BEATEN, BATTERED, AND DAMN NEAR BROKEN with a bounty on his head so large he's tempted to turn himself in, the Black Thorn finds himself on trial for the crime of being him. Despite the impending probability of death, he has but one thought on his mind; taking revenge against the Arbiter who took his eye. In order to carry out his vengeance Thorn must first escape Sarth and recruit a new crew, each one with their own designs on revenge.
"The Color of Vengeance is not simply a revenge saga, no more than The Lies of Locke Lamora is simply a story of thieves. It's much more than that and one of the best fantasy books I've read." (Fantasy Book Critic)
"I think Rob J. Hayes is the next fantastic Brit addition to the field of dark, gritty fantasy and another Indie gem after last year's Anthony Ryan." (Mihir Wanchoo, Fantasy Book Critic)
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Great additions to Thorn's crew & more surprises!
Yes, I had a gripe with the pacing of the narrator in book 1, but it's much better with Color of Vengeance. He stays consistent in giving different voices to all the characters.
Jacob, by far. New to this book, he brings raw power and a touch of insanity to a book full of (already) crazy characters. He knows what he's doing when he's killing, he just has an odd viewpoint. Best part of the book was wondering how anyone would be able to stop him!
Doyle gives Anders the perfect performance of a drunk member of the nobility - with all the aloofness and attitude
They took the Black Thorn's eye, but not his killing spirit ~
Finally a series where I enjoyed how the author was able to change up many of the characters and locations, but keep the plot moving, surprising, and interesting.
- Rev. Zombie