November 11th, 2009, 02:13 AM
Hi all, I am trying to remember a fantasy author whos books i read years ago, probably at least 10 years ago. For the life of me i cant remember any of the book titles, or even most of the storyline, however i do remember that they were good!
The only 2 things i can remember is (im fairly sure but not 100% that these 2 things were in the same book or even from the same author) that one of the main characters was an apprentice swordsmith/weaponsmith/blacksmith. And one of the main female characters had... hmm how do i word this.. She had a certain part of her anatomy sewn shut. (disgusting i know but i remember that part lol)
Does anyone have the faintest clue as to what im talking about or know the author?
November 29th, 2009, 10:10 PM
The sewn shut thing reminds me of the main character in the Women and the Warlords by Hugh Cook, but there were no blacksmith-like characters in that.
Also I have a vague image of Terry Goodkind's Wizard's First Rule comes to mind but can't recall if that was in it or if I just wanted the book sewn shut like that 'cause I detested it so much - I do vaguely remember a fair bit of sexual torture in it.