The Brotherhood of the Dragon – Phil Hore | KT Book Review

Phil Hore’s debut novel leads you into 1888 and a dark world of vampires, werewolves, and history. Two of histories greatest writers, Sir Arthur Connon Doyle and Bram Stoker, team up with an unlikely pair of allies to save England from The Brotherhood of the Dragon.

Review of The Brotherhood of the Dragon

The Brotherhood of the Dragon

Strange things are happening at Stamford House. 

It was not that Mr Fortey was particularly loved, but that he died in such a horrible way, and in the presence of almost the entire household. We must have been only a few feet away, yet no one heard or saw anything. If it could happen to a strapping veteran like the footman, it could happen to any of us.

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The Brotherhood of the Dragon

The Brotherhood of the Dragon by Phil Hore
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Whilst it could have done to trot along at a slightly brisker pace, the book was reminiscent of the old Sherlock Holmes stories. Hinting in the early pages at a mystery with somewhat darker aspects, it slowly revealed more pieces of the puzzle. Missing bodies, a werewolf, and the kindness and generosity of the hosts threatening to put a swift end to the investigation. Well padded, this story leads you on a mysterious quest to find out who or what is behind the missing bodies and borrows from both Stoker and Doyle’s famous writings to weave a story that leads you to an exciting and unexpected conclusion.

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3.5 Stars

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2 Replies to “The Brotherhood of the Dragon – Phil Hore | KT Book Review”

  1. I did notice the butterfly thing, luckily I’m okay with butterflies -they flap differently. Thank you for thinking of me for a review 🙂

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