An original and intriguing exploration of the High Fantasy genre, Landsfor: Discoveries and Revelations is the first release in Bansal’s Landsfor Series and by any stretch of the imagination, it proves to be a strong start.
The sheer scope of Bobb’s Tales Told by a Tinker series is impossible to ignore with Bobb investing much attention in creating a unique world and magical order where the sense of fun in exploring it is infectious and never slacks in its efforts to wow us.
A bewitching fantasy The Tinker The Mage &The Princess delivers a rousing, large-scale adventure that reminds us what’s so good about the fantasy genre.
It’s big on grandiose emotions like camaraderie, heroism, treachery and love with H. D. Bobb Jr. ably managing to avoid the prescriptive travelogue style of far too many fantasy epics through refreshingly uncompromising prose and a meticulous eye for detail.
A totally enthralling introduction into the Evorath fantasy series, ‘The Birth of Death’ introduces its readers to a new and exciting world of mythical creatures and supernatural powers.
By any stretch of the imagination, Knucker has delivered an intriguing debut novel. A sweeping, sword and sorcery fantasy read that delivers a vivid and authentic fantasy vision with world-building at its best.
The term epic has become too freely used in respect of Arthurian Fantasy Fiction but in the case of Godfrey’s Crusade it’s more than warranted with Mark Howard delivering the kind of rousing, large-scale adventure that marks the best sword and sorcery epics.
Wholly enjoyable and for fans of the Sword and Sorcery genre Sorcerers Reborn: Earth proves a highly entertaining read with Richard B plumbing the depths of his imagination to give us something genuinely original.