It's summer in the magical city of Turai and it's hotter than Orcish hell. All that Thraxas, third-rate sorcerer, second-rate private investigator and world-class drinker, is looking for is his next beer. Until he learns about the murder of Drantaax, the famous sculptor, and the guards arrest his client. It's a simple enough case, except that the massive statue Drantaax was working on has disappeared and rival bands of warrior-monks keep turning up all over town. And then there's the odd dead sorcerer to account for...And what does all this have to do with the dolphins and their lost healing stone? Funny and fast-moving, THRAXAS AND THE WARRIOR MONKS confirms Martin Scott as one of the brightest new voices in fantasy fiction.
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Martin Millar wrote some of the best urban fiction of the late 1980's/early 1990's. Now, under the name of Martin Scott he has, as The Guardian puts it, 'invented a new genre: pulp fantasy noir'.Review:
'Blindingly funny, deeply subversive' THE GUARDIAN' A pulp fiction hero par excellence' SFX 'Funny and engaging. I laughed aloud' STARBURST Wonderful plotting, and the jokes come thick and fast ... This is funny. Really funny' BLACK TEARS 'A fantastic read. I really, really enjoyed this book ... Definitely one to watch out for' THE ALIEN HAS LANDED
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