The Thousand Names is atypical for a fantasy book – the genre tends to focus on a Europe analogue set in a vaguely Medieval era.
Django Wexler’s book is based around neither of those things. For one thing, it’s set significantly later, with a level of technology that roughly equates to the real world’s Napoleonic era. Instead of armoured knights and flights of arrows, you get bayonet charges under artillery fire. It’s flintlock fantasy. Continue reading “The Thousand Names – Django Wexler (Review)”