Torl's Journey

Rated 5.00/5 based on 9 reviews
Raised by monks who were masters of the old realm, hiding themselves and their charges from the witch hunters, Torl spent his life dreaming of journeying to the fabled planet Aleron. There it was said people lived with the freedom to be who they were and use their talents freely without fear of the witch hunters. He rescues a young witch on his journey and all his plans go out the window. More

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About Talee

A long time computer professional specializing in software development and project management, Talee has always been an avid reader. His love for science fiction and fantasy books began when he read books by some of the great authors of the early 1970s. Authors like Andre Norton, Poul Anderson, C.J. Cherryh, Katheryn Kurtz and Frank Herbert were, and still are, among his favorites.
Now a father and grandfather, Talee lives in Colorado where he can enjoy the beauty and majesty of the Rocky Mountains, fishing in clear mountain ponds and driving through colorful forests provide a counterpoint to the high tech world he works in. His science fiction and fantasy novels stretch your imagination with high adventure and innovative implementations of martial arts, magic, and extrasensory skills. Having learned from some of the great masters' works, he knows that all great stories are about the characters and their interactions. His books develop strong characters whose personalities and outlook on life are shaped by their adventures just as we are shaped by ours.

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Review by: Marianne Cronos on April 12, 2012 :
Nice easy read. I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Great new worlds and interesting characters. I think I have a crush on Torl.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Francisco Cabbreas on March 31, 2012 :
Great fun. Mr. Lee has an interesting style that draws you in and holds your attention. I could not put this book down, every time I had to set it aside for a while, all I could think of was when could I get back to the story. The characters were believeable and the action was great. Like all good books, when I reached the end, I felt satisfied, but really wanted to read more.
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Review by: Crystal Lansmith on March 30, 2012 :
Loved it cover to cover. The reference at the end was kind of cool too. It included several details that I did not pick up as I read the book.
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Review by: Fran Baker on March 27, 2012 :
Very cool. The characters are robust and the adventure is believeable. Even the planets are exciting. He even describes an animal that absorbes food directly from its environment. What more could you ask for?
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Review by: Donovan Engler on March 27, 2012 :
Incredible rapid fire action. Torl has to be skilled at getting out of trouble as much of it as he gets into. From the farm girl who turns out to be a powerful executive with a connections to an underground network, to pirates who want witches to fuel their ship, his life is filled with coincidence. Congratulations on writing a great book.
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Review by: Carrie Roberts on March 26, 2012 :
Nice heroic adventure. Torl and Seala are a great team. Having read the second book first, the ending was not as much of a surprise as it would have been had I read this one first. Still I loved it.
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Review by: Cam Casillas on March 24, 2012 :
Very cool, an easy fast paced read. Torl is an accidental hero who has to rely on others for his success. Great storytelling.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Jim Allen on March 12, 2012 :
Awesome book. Filled with action. I particularly liked the character interaction, and the fast paced plots. Like an onion there are layers on layers here.
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Review by: Saddie Red on March 12, 2012 :
Kind of Norton-esk. This book reminds me of some of the early Andre Norton books where space travelors had to deal with those who had extra sensory talents. T. A. Lee adds magic into the mix as well. I loved the mix and am excited to read the next book in the series.
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