Age of Iron

Age of Iron is the first book in the Iron Age trilogy.  Watson builds an entire world based on the scant history available on Britain’s iron age (about 2,000 years ago).  In addition to the actual history, the author fills in the gaps with some surprisingly contemporary attitudes – which, contrary to what some may say, really works for this tale – and a good dose of magic.

Scene outcomes are completely unpredictable.  This keeps the reader wondering what will happen next.  This sort of compelling storytelling makes it difficult to put this book down.

Watson’s characters are delightfully well built.  They are consistent in their actions, have a mix of good and bad qualities, and little quirks which really help each of them stand out.  This is a story that benefits heavily from a host of interesting characters.

I will be picking up the next two books in this trilogy along with Watson’s newest book, You Die When You Die.

Unpredictable and exciting!  Age of Iron is worth picking up.

– Cowering King

Age of Iron has some of the most vibrant characters I’ve seen in the last couple years.

– Cowering King

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