The Ghoul King

The Ghoul King

Quinn returns in THE GHOUL KING, another story of the Dreaming Cities by Guy Haley.

The Knight, Quinn, is down on his luck, and he travels to the very edge of the civilized world – whatever that means, any more – to restock his small but essential inventory.

After fighting a series of gladiatorial bouts against the dead, he finds himself in the employ of a woman on a quest to find the secret to repairing her semi-functional robot.

But the technological secret it guards may be one truth too many…

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Title:The Ghoul King
ISBN:9781466891982
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    The Ghoul King Reviews

  • ?? Sarah ?? (former Nefarious Breeder of Murderous Crustaceans)

    Actual rating: 2.9112 stars.Judging from the average rating for this book, it seems that everyone but me I read it wrong. Surprise, surprise. And judging from reviews for this book, it seems that ever...

  • Bookwraiths

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.After loving Guy Haley’s first Dreaming Cities novella, The Emperor's Railroad, I have to admit being beyond excited to get my hands on The Ghoul King. The post-ap...

  • Carly

    For those of you who know me, the TL;DR version is this: I finished The Ghoul King in one sitting, and immediately turned around and purchased The Emperor's Railroad (I almost never buy books.) And no...

  • Ron

    “Don’t do anything foolish.” “I’m afraid I already have.”Even better than the first of this series, The Emperor’s Railroad, even though this offering also features zombies (and ghouls). ...

  • Xavi

    3'5/5The scenario of the Dreaming Cities is fantastic and intriguing. There are a lot of misteries I would like to know, and altough some are resolved in this second story, there are a lot more. Great...

  • Odo

    3.5/5.0My review in English: http://sentidodelamaravilla.blogspot....Mi reseña en español: http://sentidodelamaravilla.blogspot.......

  • Jon

    3.5-4 stars. Better than than the first one (which was good) because we learn more about what's actually going on in this distant future imperfect America. ...

  • DarkChaplain

    Review also published here Disclaimer: I received an ARC for this novella from the publisher, as I did with the previous installment in the series. Since the first book was such a cracking read, I'd ...

  • Kathleen

    I wasn't sure what to expect of this book (recieved as an ARC) but was pleasantly surprised. The cover and description seem like they could fit a generic urban fantasy, but I would consider this more ...

  • Bridget Mckinney

    I didn’t hate Guy Haley’s first Dreaming Cities novella, The Emperor’s Railroad, though it wasn’t one of my favorite reads of the year so far. Nonetheless, I was intrigued enough to read this ...