Blog Tour: The Sword in the Street by C. M. Caplan

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Thank you so much to Caffeine Tours and C. M. Caplan for including me in this blog tour and the ecopy of The Sword in the Street. All opinions are my own and unbiased.

57197464._sy475_Title: The Sword in the Street
Author: C. M. Caplan

Cover artist and designer: Felix Ortiz and Ken Dawson

Genre: Adult Fantasy

Publication date: 03 March 2021

Publisher: Self-published

Diversity tags: disability representation (autism), neuroatypicality representation, lgbtqiap+ representation (gay, bisexual, m/m relationship)

Content Warning

Shown on page:

Alluded to:

Abuse – Never shown on the page, but an important aspect to the backgrounds of each main character, and talked about between them
Rape – It is never directly depicted, though the victim recounts the events during a monologue about halfway through.

Synopsis red

Trial by battle is a holy rite on Hillside. Hired blades bleed their foes in savage duels, settling everything…

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