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Book Review: Trysmoon Book 3: Hunted

Trysmoon Book 3: Hunted, by Brian K. Fuller The Trysmoon Saga Originally Reviewed Here. Grim adventure, vivid characters. Slows in the second half. Trysmoon Book 3 opens strongly, with Gen trapped, and all the main characters far from home and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Trysmoon Book 2: Duty

Trysmoon Book 2: Duty, by Brian K. Fuller The Trysmoon Saga Originally Reviewed Here. Posted 2015/08/25 on Amazon.com A hero’s journey, with twists and turns. Trysmoon Book 2 follows directly from the events of the first novel. Gen is now … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hammers in the Wind

Hammers in the Wind, by Christian Warren Freed The Northern Crusade, Book One Originally Reviewed Here. Posted 2015/08/24 on Amazon.com Vivid characters, strong story, poor editing. Hammers in the Wind is a powerful, raw tale of an antihero, the younger … Continue reading

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Book Review: Trysmoon Book 1: Ascension

Trysmoon Book 1: Ascension, by Brian K. Fuller The Trysmoon Saga Originally Reviewed Here. Posted 2015/08/24 on Amazon.com Fantasy tropes, taken in unexpected and powerful directions. At first glance, Trysmoon appears to be an almost cliche story of a village … Continue reading

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Book Review: Rojuun

Rojuun, by John H. Caroll Willden Trilogy, Book 1 Originally Reviewed 2015/08/20 on Amazon.com Starts well, but quickly falls apart. Rojuun starts off promisingly. There is a brooding, dangerous atmosphere that hints of things to come. The initial main protagonist, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Born of Water

Born of Water, by Autumn M. Birt Rise of the Fifth Order, Book One Originally Reviewed 2015/08/16 on Amazon.com Young protagonists in an interesting, dangerous world. The story begins with Niri, a young priestess on a mission she’d rather not … Continue reading

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Book Review: Taming Fire

Taming Fire, by Aaron Pogue The Dragonprince’s Legacy, Book 1 Originally Reviewed 2015/08/16 on Amazon.com More dragons, please. I’m not usually fan of first person narrative, but I made an exception here. The hero has the usual fantasy protagonist start … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sorcerer’s Code

Sorcerer’s Code, by Christopher Kellen The Elements of Sorcery, Book 1 Originally Reviewed 2015/08/16 on Amazon.com A likeably roguish protagonist. Sorcerer’s Code was a short, but worthy read. The protagonist (and it would not be accurate to call him a … Continue reading

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