James Maxey is a writer I admire. For his work ethic. For the quality of his prose. For his imagination. His story “To Know All Things That Are In The Earth” is one of my favorites. So you can be sure I was pleased to find and read this today.
I will say, in utter candor, that Servant of a Dark God is a work that truly stands out from other fantasy books on the market. What makes this book work so well is that it’s a story about family first, and a fantasy adventure second. Full review.
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Mette Harrison is the author of Mira, Mirror, The Princess and the Hound and The Princess and the Bear (Orson Scott Card simply loves her work.) So she’s a great writer, but she is also someone who does not blurb books if she doesn’t like them. Heck, she has a hard time doing PR for her OWN work. So I was so very happy to see this review of Servant of a Dark God.
John Brown’s book has all the great things about epic fantasy that I love. Full Review.
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