Tag: dark fantasy

Wicked Tides

Posted June 19, 2015

Wicked Tides promises the reader a tale of dark fantasy. With pirates and intrigue, underground networks and Kings, and a read of the first few pages didn’t disappoint.

Starting in media res, we meet Kye – at a rather dramatic moment. The earth is ‘pulsating with black energy’ and something called the Cronixx is after him.  Further reading would imply he’s a little different from you and I.

The pages I read were fast-paced, with a great balance of narrative and dialogue. It certainly seems to keep up with the authors promise of a ‘hardcore action novel’ and if you like subterfuge, political games and excitement, then this may well be the book for you.

While there are no reviews on Goodreads as yet, this author has twelve outstanding reviews on Amazon (at the time of writing).

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Era of Darkness: The Apocalypse Begins

Posted June 18, 2015

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First Impressions

The first few pages of an Era of Darkness introduces the reader to the fantasy world of Emaran. The book opens on the Monastery of Omnroc, set in a harsh and unforgiving environment. The reader is introduced to Amaeris and Mevin, two of the monks responsible for chronicling the history of their people.

Mevin is in his tenth year of study and is talented at his work. Amaeris is an elderly monk – experienced, knowledgeable – and he has a task of  great importance that Mevin must complete.

I have only so far read through the first chapter, and this book promises an exciting read. It’s engaging, well written and invites the reader to participate in what looks like an epic read. , although I have to confess to liking longer reads.

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