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    Book Review: The Red Knight

    by So, I know I’m going against the overall grain on this one, but this was only okay. An alternate medieval Europe with an intrusive “wild” and variants on a lot of different European creatures and fey. Mix in some magic and religion that shows some similarities to what we have and most of whose adherents take seriously (although most of them are curiously dismissive of the almost casual blasphemy and dislike of god of the main protagonist), and you have the foundation of a well-built world. The writing is mostly solid, with just about the right amount of description for me, but occasionally a bit repetitious. “As he approached…