There is a secret war growing beneath the streets of London. The immense Sixty-One Nails follows Niall Petersen, from a suspected heart attack on the London Underground, into the hidden world of the Feyre, an uncanny place of legend that lurks just beyond the surface of everyday life. The ancient peoples are at war - but is Niall really the one who can wield the dark magic of the Untainted, and save them all?
Mike Shevdon lives in Bedfordshire, England, with his wife and son, where he pursues the various masteries of weapons, technology, and cookery. His love of fantasy & SF started in the '70s with C. S. Lewis, Robert Heinlein, and Isaac Asimov and continued through Alan Garner, Ursula Le Guin, and Barbara Hambly. More recent influences include Mike Carey, Phil Rickman, Neil Gaiman, and Robert Crais, among many others. He has studied martial arts for many years, mainly aikido and archery. Friends have sometimes remarked that his pastimes always seem to involve something sharp or pointy.
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Intriguing and original
- W. Taylor
Suprised it had no reviewers
Neverwhere meets Fayre
Well, i'd say the protagonist Nial, i think every decision he made i would of done the same, and i found him to be a very believable character, given the very unbelievable situation he finds himself in.
Not that i recall, but this was very good.
Probably the hammer scene , no spoilers though.
I would have to say that after going through as much of the fantasy section in Audible as i could find this one is up there with the better of them. Its not quite as good as lets say Name of the Wind, but it's certainly as good as the likes of Neverwhere... i hope this review inspires some people to give it a go, you don't be disappointed.