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Book Haul: Dead Man’s Steel (The Grim Company Book 3) by Luke Scull.


Doesn’t it look nice! It’s always a great surprise when you hear a knocking, a tapping and a rapping some more upon your door, to be greeted by a postman holding a package! Woohoo, package! πŸ™‚ And, when you see the shape and size it can only be one thing………a book! Or, a cruel cruel joke by someone sending a book shaped package but, no!

My good people behold it was a shiny new book courtesy of those lovely people at Head of Zeus who have been kind enough to send me Dead Man’s Steel by Luke Scull. It’s the third and final book in his The Grim Company trilogy and after thoroughly enjoying the previous two entries in this quality grimdark trilogy I can’t wait to start it!


The previous two books:

The Grim Company (Book 1).


Sword of the North (Book 2).


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44 thoughts on “Book Haul: Dead Man’s Steel (The Grim Company Book 3) by Luke Scull.

  1. I’ve never heard of this trilogy but it sounds like something right up my alley. Definitely added to my TBR and can’t wait to get to it one day! I love the covers, especially on book 2 (love the blue).

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      1. Yeah just added the html link , I thought I’d try and see what happens, Think the experiment was successful πŸ™‚

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      1. Ah yeah, thanks for reminding me that! *sigh*… I wonder if speedreading fantasy gave the same satisfaction as reading at a pace, we normal humans read at? maybe time to widen the resume and learn speedreading? πŸ˜€

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  2. The covers for this series look amazing. Been meaning to jump in and give them a read, just have so much to get through on my reading list 😦 If only God had gifted me the talent of speed-reading! May see if they are on audible. Audiobooks have helped me get through so much that I would have struggled to otherwise get to.

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      1. I don’t know how many I get through. I have an audiobook on the go at home and at work, so that, at least, adds extra stuff to my ‘read’ pile. Even if I have listened instead of read.

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