I’d like to start this review by thanking Scott Robinson for the review copy of The Age of Heroes. This novel was different from your typical fantasy, and that’s a good thing. I have to wonder if the fact that the author is from Australia has something to do with that. The Australian authors I’ve read in the last year or so have been doing some things that I find refreshing and different from what I’ve seen from American and British authors.
Rawk is a hero, the greatest. He’s 55 years old, and he’s about to find out that it’s time to grow up. Over the course of a little more than a week, Rawk discovers that maybe being the greatest living hero isn’t such a good thing, especially if he wants to continue the living part. Continue reading