By Darkness Forged

By Darkness Forged Review

Profits. Coffee. Extortion.All in a day’s work.When Ishmael takes the Chernyakova back into Toe-Hold space, he finds a lot more than profit. A quick pass through the Telluride system reveals the answer to one question but leaves him docked without ...

Title:By Darkness Forged
Edition Language:English

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  • Cmoore

    I seriously don't know how to convey how much I love this book... and Nathan Lowell for writing about Ish, Pip, Al, and the Chief (Magie)!!!  This book (born out of NaNoWriMo 2018) is a balm for my h...

  • Betsy

    This is the last of the Seeker's Tales From the Golden Age of the Solar Clipper, and probably the best. Like most Nathan Lowell books it starts slow and is character driven. He is most interested in h...

  • Dani

    This is a satisfying end to the story that begin in Quarter Share. Quarter Share and its immediate sequels followed the young Ishmael Wang - capable, charismatic, a genuinely nice person. "By Darkness...

  • Luke Chmilenko

    Always a pleasure!! This series has to be among my favourite for all the years that I've been reading it! This one hit the spot and was everything that I could have wanted! Can't wait for another entr...

  • Nichol

    I miss the old slice of life aspect that was the focus from quarter share up to captains share. In the last few books it feels like the story is trying to balance the mundane with these grand scale li...

  • Jeffrey

    This may be Lowell's greatest book yet. From a purely mechanical point of view, it's his best-crafted, best-written and best-edited book. And it doesn't hurt that we've been tracking the progress and ...

  • Sotolf Flasskjegg

    Wow, Just wow, what a start the year! I really loved this book, and the ending left me feeling warm and fuzzy. It's no surprise to me that I loved it, but it's that reading one of these for the first ...

  • Shane

    Four and a half stars. This is more along the lines of what I expected from Nathan Lowell. I understand and appreciate the development of Ishmael's character arc. This tied things up nicely and even h...

  • sam

    Another fantastic book from Nathan LowellThis is so unlike most Sifi or fantasy. The pace is slow like a good whiskey that you savor. The intelligence behind the story assumes the reader is halfway in...

  • George Wazu

    Done it again. There are works of art, whether prose or pictorial, that upon first glance shift a person's perspective and become a filter through which all other work is seen, and a gauge by which al...