The Mad Song by David J. West

January 22, 2015 | 1 Comment

The Mad Song by David J. WestThe Mad Song and other Tales of Sword & Sorcery
Author: David J. West
Genres: Speculative Anthology
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 272
Date: January 16, 2015
Publisher: Lost Realms Press

The few bandits left were then augmented by naked savage forms, more monstrous than their own. These true ghoul looked feral and primeval beyond reckoning, like unholy hybrids of jackal and man. Elongated mouths and drawn-back ears with eyes that were slits of cold fire. Taut muscle writhed beneath gray, mottled skin as the monsters leapt! —from The Mad Song

From demon haunted ruins to burning ships manned by eldritch foes, these 21 tales and verse of Sword & Sorcery transport you to realms of terrifying horror and exquisite wonder.


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About David J. West

David J. West has been writing for as long as he can remember, winning his first award in second grade for a tale of wolves that outsmart and eat a hunter. He has an affinity for history, action-adventure, fantasy, westerns, and eerie horror. When he isn’t writing he enjoys traveling and visiting ancient ruins. He collects swords, fine art, and has a library of some seven thousand books. He currently lives in Utah with his wife and children.

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