Driwna Marghoster, a soldier for the powerful merchant guild known as the Post, is defending her trade caravan from a vicious bandit attack when she discovers a dead body hidden in one of her wagons.
Born of the elusive Oskoro people, the body is a rare and priceless find, the centre of a tragic tale and the key to a larger mystery.
As she investigates who the body was meant for, Driwna finds herself on a path paved by deceit and corruption…and it will lead her to an evil more powerful than she can possibly imagine.
Access to literature should be widespread. I implore you to buy Brother Red at your local bookshop or lend/request it from your local library. Failing that, here are some links to online stores.
Listen to the opening of the novel
Here’s me, sadly, reading chapter one of Brother Red :)
Reviews and Quotes
“Brother Red is grimheart poetry. That’s it. That’s the review.” – The Grimdragon
“It is a story that takes the other two books in the series, and threads them into a wholesome, complete arc – if you’re a fan of Selby, or gritty, fast-paced fantasy in general, and you also don’t mind a cry, this is certainly a book you don’t want to miss.” – Fanfiaddict
“This is an author who seems to be quietly carving out a spot as one of the most unique & exciting voices in fantasy.” – Grimdark Dad
“…this is an excellent fantasy adventure, which kept me up at night and left me staggered and cheering at times” – The Fantasy Hive
“Brother Red proves to be a thrilling fantasy epic about love, loyalty, and the importance of protecting people in need.” – The Nerd Daily
“Selby has the ability to take well-worn tropes and offer fresh and unique perspectives on them” – Starburst
TBRCon21 – Grim, dark, or just fantasy – one of a series of great panels hosted by FanFiAddict that you can find here.
Brother Red was not published with a map in the cover, unlike the previous two books. Please find a map below to assist your reading.