Outpost

Outpost A race of immortal warriors who live by the sword A gate between the worlds Warriors royals seers and warlocks living in uneasy peace on one side of the Veil Until now In a war torn realm occupied b

  • Title: Outpost
  • Author: F.T. McKinstry
  • ISBN: 9781516998623
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
  • A race of immortal warriors who live by the sword.A gate between the worlds.Warriors, royals, seers and warlocks living in uneasy peace on one side of the Veil.Until now.In a war torn realm occupied by a race of immortal warlords called the Fylking, trouble can reach cosmic proportions Using the realm as a backwater outpost from which to fight an ancient war, the FylkingA race of immortal warriors who live by the sword.A gate between the worlds.Warriors, royals, seers and warlocks living in uneasy peace on one side of the Veil.Until now.In a war torn realm occupied by a race of immortal warlords called the Fylking, trouble can reach cosmic proportions Using the realm as a backwater outpost from which to fight an ancient war, the Fylking taught human seers to build and ward over an interdimensional portal called the Gate The Fylking s enemies, who think nothing of annihilating a world to gain even a small advantage, are bent on destroying it.After two centuries of peace, the realm is at war Seers are disappearing and their immortal guardians are blind, deceived by their own kind A Gate warden with a tormented past discovers a warlock using Fylking magic to gather an army of warriors that cannot die A King s ranger who defends the wilds of the realm is snared in a political trap that puts him on the wrong side of the Fylking s enemies And a knitter discovers an inborn power revered by the gods themselves.Forced to find allies in unlikely places, these three mortals are caught in a maelstrom of murder, treachery, sorcery and war, fertile ground for both their personal demons and those of their immortal masters, who cast long shadows indeed When they uncover the source of the rising darkness, they must rally to protect the Gate against a plot that will violate the balance of cosmos, destroy the Fylking and leave the world in ruins.The god they serve is as fickle as a crow.

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    1. I haven't read this book (yet), but it is one of the 10 finalists in the Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off. That's 10 out of 300 hopefuls!Read about the competition heremark---lawrenceSee ratings and reviews of all the finalists here:mark---lawrence

    2. Immortal warriors who live by the sword. A gate between the worlds.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Enter to win one of three eCopiesClick on Banner to EnterThey became three misfit warriors, allies in the battle between good and evil. Now the fate of their world lay in their hands. Welcome to the Outpost, where the portal to another realm must be kept closed or the wrath of hell and power hungry monsters will plow every living creature down in a bloodbath of terror and annihilation.The Fylking, alie [...]

    3. 3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum bibliosanctum/2016/12/26/There’s a lot to say about Outpost by F.T. McKinstry. Rich in detail and beautifully written, the book features incredible world-building, taking place in a fantasy setting that breaks the bounds of expectations. The cultures and concepts and creatures portrayed in this novel are also brought to life so vividly that they practically leap off the pages. That said though, if you’re looking for a story that grabs you right away, this on [...]

    4. War is lurking and evil is brewing, and three unlikely allies must come together to stop it.This is a fascinating tale, full of creatures one doesn’t encounter every day. My personal favorite were the draugrs, an underused Norse version of zombies. But these guys are way cooler than zombies. They’re tough and evil, and something to be feared, awakened by the hand of an evil sorcerer, my absolute favorite type of villain.Melisande was definitely my favorite of the characters. She is self-suff [...]

    5. This is a great book. I highly recommend it. It's high magic and sword epic fantasy. I guess there will be a sequel and I'm looking forward to it. There are three protagonists and McKinstry switches from one's POV to another through the book and manages these transitions beautifully. They all need to work together to defeat the Demons who threaten to come through the gateway from Otherworld and destroy the (fantasy but realistic) world of our heroes and heroine. One of the heroes is a Ranger nam [...]

    6. A rogue warden, a rogue ranger, a rogue witch, and a lot of wandering, but that is part of their jobs. Arcmael is a Warden; estranged son of Lord Halstaeg the High Constable of the King’s Rangers, he has forsaken his Guardians. Othin, named after the Trickster God, is the Ranger who loves Melisande, but gets set up for a marriage he doesn’t want. Melisande, who knits with Pattern Sense, knits wonderful pieces of clothing, but is suspected of witchcraft by most of the people she knows. Who ca [...]

    7. There is no doubt that this book is beautifully written, and I loved the characters, especially Arcmael, and I enjoy reading novels so different from what I normally read. All of that is why I gave it three stars; however, it is me, not the novel, but I just do not really like fantasy. It is a genre that I just cannot really get into, never have (have never read a Harry Potter nor seen any of the films), though if I have to read a story of fantasy, I am glad it was one this good. :)

    8. Outpost, Book One of The Fylking, the author’s meticulously crafted new fantasy series, is a truly masterful achievement.The Fylking are powerful, otherworldy beings who use the planet Math as a portal to numerous planes of existence where they battle the mysterious and deadly Niflsekt. While respected and feared among the people of Math, the Fylking are also distant and abstract, and the novel creates a wondrous sense of human beings battered by unknown forces beyond their comprehension, play [...]

    9. I do enjoy a good fantasy book, and I say a Good Fantasy book, and Outpost fulfilled all the requirements. McKinstry's solid world-building skills set the stage where otherworldly magical and ephemeral beings perform. McKinstry draws inspiration from mythical Nordic tales and brings these to the fore with her characters. Millie, the Northern country girl has Pattern Sense, the ability to knit and bring things into being, and an innate magical ability to interact between worlds. Although the acti [...]

    10. Outpost is an enjoyable fantasy novel, intricately written to weave magic with politics. The reader follows the warden Arcmael, protected by the Fylking, the ranger Othin, who defends the humans of this world, and the witch Melisande, magical with knitting and touched by the gods. All three main characters have their strengths though my favorite is Melisande. With a hint of Dickens's Madame Defarge, Melisande knits magic into her creations that aid many people in all sorts of ways. Outpost is fi [...]

    11. This book was awesome. The world building was great and indepth, yet believable and not overwhelming. I love how the author handled magic and the gods of their world. Like usual, it’s hard to talk about the plot without giving things away. What I’ll say is: the plot is solid. The characters are diverse and interesting. Everything flows and comes together.It reads like a typical high fantasy, so fans of that genre will like it. It isn’t an intimidating length, so I enjoyed that as well. Als [...]

    12. Outpost by F.T. McKinstry is a fantasy novel about immortal warlords called the Fylking, and a warlock using Fylking magic to create an army to destroy the world. This is your typical good against evil fantasy. but the world building and character development is anything but typical. F.T. McKinstry's writing style is superb. For a self published novel, this is an excellent fantasy story. I won the Outpost in a blog giveaway, and all opinions are my own.

    13. I received this book as a first read. This was a great read! I love all the creatures in the tale. I also enjoyed many of the characters. I will definitely read on in this series. Recommend if you are looking for a wonderful fantasy book.

    14. This is a really hard book to summarize. I’d have to lamely say it’s about some new bad guys that pop up and our good guys try to figure out who/what they are. I mean, that’s really bad. There’s a lot going on in this book, a lot of character growth, a lot of character confusion and mystery. I have to start by saying if I had a map, I might have loved this a bit more. My problem is that our group travels to, or talks about, lots of places. Because I’m visual, I had one hell of a time i [...]

    15. A rogue warden, a rogue ranger, a rogue witch, and a lot of wandering, but that is part of their jobs. Arcmael is a Warden; estranged son of Lord Halstaeg the High Constable of the King’s Rangers, he has forsaken his Guardians. Othin, named after the Trickster God, is the Ranger who loves Melisande, but gets set up for a marriage he doesn’t want. Melisande, who knits with Pattern Sense, knits wonderful pieces of clothing, but is suspected of witchcraft by most of the people she knows. Who ca [...]

    16. An enjoyable high fantasy / epic fantasy read, which gathers pace as the story goes on. The world is well thought out and the author has clearly put a fair bit of planning into the background. There's a lot of intrigue and politics which means you need to pay attention to the detail rather than skimming through at any point (not a particular issue for me). Recommended to readers who enjoy well-structured and intricate fantasy.

    17. Sci-fi/Norse-fantasy mashup: Invisible warrior aliens must be managed by human "wardens" to protect the general populace from their mischief and maintain the aliens' stargate. Polished prose but super infodumpy. The characterization is so-so. The plotline meanders without purpose for far too long that I eventually lost interest.

    18. Broken into three main POV characters, we start off with Arcamel, a warden, who can see invisible (to others) creatures. This makes the start interesting as we immediately learn that the creatures aren't necessarily good or bad - they're tricky, which is always a winner for me. We also have Othin, a ranger, and Melisandre, who at first seems like a herbalist and craftswoman (yay, knitting!) but its her journey of discovery and coming into power that drives much of the novel. Which is good, as I' [...]

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