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Despite his best efforts at keeping a low profile, Malfus manages to get himself captured by an agent of the Vesenian Inquisition and is now on a one-way trip back to certain torture and death. The inquisitor’s journey takes him through a region that is under siege by creatures that do not share anything in common with Vesenia. Despite finding the relative safety of a fort in this region, the Inquisitor and his host Colonel Peshka know that if relief does not come soon it will only be a matter of time before they are routed. Colonel Peshka comes up with an idea that might just be their salvation but is he willing to risk the wrath of the Inquisition and an overzealous Inquisitor with an ax to grind? Only time will tell in Casey Sutton’s Malfus: Necromancer Unchained.
Casey Sutton’s long-awaited novel is finally here and the wait was worthwhile. Malfus introduces us to a world of dark magic, mythical creatures, and maniacal spell-casting. The characters in the story are deep and multifaceted in ways that let a reader develop some affinity toward them irrespective of their motivations, be they honorable or otherwise. The conversations between the characters are delightfully funny at times yet simple enough to follow. Malfus’ witty retorts make for some interesting reading while Colonel Peshka’s contemplation of his difficult choice will spark introspection from the reader as to how far one should be willing to cross the line for the greater good. The book is every bit the exciting adventure story I anticipated and is an impressive piece of work from a gifted writer.