Book Review – “The Sea-Stone Sword” by Joel Cornah

Great review for a book I thoroughly enjoyed! Swashbuckling fun!

Joanne Hall

THE SEA-STONE SWORD by JOEL CORNAH

PB, 323 pages, Kristell Ink

Buy it from Amazon.

All Rob Sardan wants is to be a hero. The broken boy who washes up on the shores of Khamas is determined to make a name for himself somehow. But the line between hero and villain is not an easy one to walk.

Rob’s quest for the mythical Sea-Stone Sword, the quest he believes will make him a legend, will instead force him to question every value he has, and to look into his soul with fresh eyes, to confront the darkness that dwells there.

Sea Stone Sword Cover art by Evelinn Enoksen, graphics by Ken Dawson

Joel Cornah’s debut novel is refreshingly unusual take on swashbuckling heroic fantasy that explores the sometimes ragged line between heroism and villainy. There is no black and white here, every colourful character has many shades of grey. (It’s also refreshing to…

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