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Fallen Gods

“James A Moore is the new prince of grimdark fantasy. His work is full of dark philosophy and savage violence, desperate warriors and capricious gods. Exhilarating as hell.”
Christopher Golden, New York times bestselling author of Snowblind

The gods are angry and threatening apocalypse and the only man who can save the world is the one who ignited their ire…

File Under: Fantasy [ Hunting the Gods | Slaves of Heaven | A Time for War | The Fallen ]

Book Two in The Tides of War Series

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Brogan McTyre and his compatriots are wanted, dead or alive. Preferably alive, so they can be sacrificed to the raging gods. All they can do is hire more mercenaries and turn them into a fearsome army. But warriors aren’t enough when the gods bring Armageddon to the world, unleashing storms and madness, and ceaseless attacks on Brogan’s men by increasingly demonic foes.

Deep in the heart of the Broken Blades Mountains lies a sword containing the heart of a god slain in immortal combat, the one thing that might give Brogan an edge against the gods, but finding it isn’t going to be easy…

Series Tides of War

Fallen Gods


James A. Moore

Publication date

02 Jan 2018

Cover Art Alejandro Colucci

2nd Jan 2018 | 9780857667120 | epub & mobi | £5.49/$6.99/$7.99

US Print

2nd Jan 2018 | 9780857667113 | Massmarket Paperback | $7.99/$10.99

UK Print

4th Jan 2018 | 9780857665461 | Paperback | £7.99

“Thrilling, bloody, and fun.”
Looking for a Good Book

“Seriously, what a phenomenal second book!”
Smorgasbord Fantasia


“Gripping, horrific, and unique, James Moore continues to be a winner, whatever genre he’s writing in. Well worth your time.”
Seanan McGuire, New York Times bestselling author of the InCryptid and Toby Daye series

“With The Last Sacrifice, James A. Moore has triumphed yet again, delivering a modern sword and sorcery tale to delight old and new fans of the genre.  With its intriguing premise, stellar cast of characters, and flavorful horror elements, this is damn good stuff.”
– Bookwraiths

“This was a very good read.”
– Purple Owl Reviews

“Epic fantasy at its best.”
– Amanda J Spedding

“Grimdark as fuck!  So in a word “’GREAT’”.
The Blogin’ Hobgoblin

“I liked The Last Sacrifice a great deal.  I’ve always enjoyed Moore’s work and don’t see that changing anytime soon.  He just keeps getting better.  Check this one out and see.”
Adventures Fantastic

“What’s Moore to say? People fighting Gods? Bring it! This is a great addition to James A. Moore’s line up.”
The Book Plank

“I love it. This is a story that turns the genre story arc on its head, mixes up the motives of heroes and villains, and muddies the waters of divine intervention. A fantastic, surprising start to a major new series.”
Beauty in Ruins

The Last Sacrifice is a solid start to the sordid grim-dark tale documenting the end of a bleak violent world.”
Smorgasbord Fantasia

“I found The Last Sacrifice to be highly engaging, magical with a distinct grimdark feel and the world herein is richly imagined and cleverly wrought and brought to life. I can’t wait to read the sequel and I am now also eager to check out the other works by this author. I highly recommend this book to all lovers of fantasy.”
Cover 2 Cover

“I’d recommend this and I’ll be keeping an eye out for the next one. More evil Grakhul/He-Kisshi action please Mr Moore!”
Ribaldry’s Books

“I was just turning pages as fast as my eyes could devour the words.”
On A Dark Stormy Review

“Moore has laid the groundwork for a trilogy that promises to be loaded with terrifically grim fantasy storytelling. I might even call it epic. There is a lot of swift, merciless violence in this book, mingled with an undercurrent of very welcome, if very dark, humor. All of it together takes me back to what made me giddy about epic fantasy way back when. I’d say I’m happy to be back, but I’m not sure that’s quite the right word for a book packed with this much violent incident. Let’s say instead that I’m bloody satisfied.”
Rich Rosell for the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog

James A Moore is the author of over twenty novels, including the critically acclaimed FireworksUnder The OvertreeBlood RedDeeper, the Serenity Falls trilogy (featuring his recurring anti-hero, Jonathan Crowley) and his most recent novels Alien, Sea of Sorrows as well as Seven Forges series: Seven Forges, The Blasted Lands, City of Wonders  and the forthcoming sequel The Silent Army. He has twice been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award and spent three years as an officer in the Horror Writers Association, first as Secretary and later as Vice President. James cut his teeth in the industry writing for Marvel Comics and authoring over twenty role-playing supplements for White Wolf Games, including Berlin by Night, Land of 1,000,000 Dreams and The Get of Fenris tribe. He also penned the White Wolf novels Vampire: House of Secrets and Werewolf: Hellstorm. Moore's first short story collection, Slices, sold out before ever seeing print. He lives in Massachusetts, US.

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