Slave of Chu Kutall

[ Ebook ] ➩ Slave of Chu Kutall  Author Michael McCloskey –
  • Kindle Edition
  • 426 pages
  • Slave of Chu Kutall
  • Michael McCloskey
  • English
  • 23 May 2018

About the Author: Michael McCloskey

I am a software engineer in Silicon Valley who dreams of otherworldly creatures, mysterious alien planets, and fantastic adventures I m also an indie author with over 111,000 paid sales.Visit

Slave of Chu Kutall Read Slave Of Chu Kutall Michael McCloskey Terrapin After Escaping From A Slave Ship, The Half Orc Nergal Swims To Shore, Eager To Begin His New Life Of Freedom When He Meets A Band Of Heroes Including An Elf, A Beautiful Warrior Priestess, And Two Brave Knights, He Isn T Looking For An Adventure He S Just Looking For An Easy Meal But The Impressionable Young Nergal Soon Begins To Feel A Kinship With These Heroes Who Are On An Important Mission To An Abandoned Castle Dark Forces Are Marshalling Against Them, And Nergal Is Viewed As An Asset In The Quest To Stop The Evil Threatening Their Kingdom He Joins These Unlikely Companions, Even Though He Believes That If His Brutal Past Becomes Known, His Heroic Friends Will Not Hesitate To Destroy Him As He Grows Into A Mighty Force For Good, Nergal Must Hide His Past He Becomes Drawn Into A Struggle Between Nations And Hunts For A Monk Wizard Who Creates Deadly Monsters To Aid The Cause Of An Ancient Sect S Draconian Rule Over Other Peoples Nergal S Adventures Take Him To Lands Unknown Where He Will Face Challenges Greater Than He Anticipated But When The Smoke Clears, There Will Be No Doubts As To Nergal S True Nature.

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10 thoughts on “Slave of Chu Kutall

  1. Troy Neenan says:

    I only got about half way with this book It s an okay book but I felt that it was seventy percent fighting Good if you are into that type of thing but I was just sort of grinding my teeth a bit.Read it you might like it, but it just was not for me.

  2. Beryll Brackhaus says:

    The setup for the book is this An orc slave Nergal escapes from a galley of the Nation of Chu Kutall hence the name I guess and swims to shore Here he encounters a group of adventurers on their way to slay an evil monster Since he doesn t have anything better to do and they offer food he joins them on their quest and proves quite an asset with his brute strength So he sticks with them.It is the first novel of the author and I must say it shows He writes well enough when it comes to style and describing battles he is quite good His vocabulary is rather limited though There are only so many times you can read about the same huge orc arms, bulking with muscles before you get bored The real problem is that he doesn t have the slightest clue about actually telling a story.The whole book is nothing then a parade of single adventures loosely strung together by the overlying quest to slay some evil wizard which is completely blown out of proportion in importance.Characterisation initially seems well done with character traits, physical descriptions and style of speech but quickly deteriorates since there is now character development at all a...