After Breed, an thief-assassin of small renown is chased by a dragon, tricked by a demon, almost killed by a psychopathic gang boss, and hunted by a ferocious spider assassin, life really takes a turn for the worst. Sentenced to five…
The World Needs A Hero, but all its got is Breed.
Leaving the Empire to face the wrath of an angry demon and its infernal hordes, Breed takes a ship and flees to Shen. With pockets full of gold, the hammer of the Hammer of the North, a crate of whiskey, and a conscience unburdened by guilt, life doesn’t get any better, does it?
Well, yes, it does, but it gets a lot worse first. No matter how fast Breed runs, trouble is never far behind. Charged by an ancient power to find a way to stop Shallunsard the demon, Breed is thrust from one world into another.
Hold on tight, for here be krakens, dragons, undead queens, and vengeful sorcerers.
Grim and darkly funny, Tooth and Claw is the second book in The Chronicles of Breed.
Find out why the moon is in the sea, what happens when Breed meets up with a troop of dancers, and why Breed throws up on the Widow of Ching!
The Chronicles of Breed
The World Needs A Hero, but all its got is Breed. Leaving the Empire to face the wrath of an angry demon and its infernal hordes, Breed takes a ship and flees to Shen. With pockets full of gold, the hammer of the Hammer of the North, a…
Available 8th August 2018
Available August 8th 2018 Miserable after the loss of (another) friend, and alone in a strange, new world, Breed is taken prisoner by a gang of undead thugs. Stripped of power, Breed is used as a bait dog in an arena where…
About K.T. Davies
I come from here.
I did this a long time ago.
I have some of these,
some of these,
and one of these.
I like listening to this.
I make a bit of this,
For fun I do this
I read these
I play this,
and I also do this,
amongst other things…
One of the things I like about Dangerous to Know is that I never mention what gender Breed is.
I honestly don’t know and never decided.
I’m not making a point about anything, I just thought it would be cool to write a character that everyone can relate to. If you think Breed is male, cool. Female? also cool. Something else entirely, fine by me, go for your life.
So, with that in mind, I’m loving the reviews and seeing what gender (if any) people have chosen for their Breed. I say ‘their’ Breed because when you read a book you own that version of it (IMO).
I think it worked, nobody has complained… so far.
I’m guessing most folks don’t even notice, which is perfect, and just what I wanted.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s a ferking nightmare to write at times, but hey, you have to reach for the harder hold if you want to get good at anything don’t you?