The Blessing of Krozem

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
In this fantasy novelette a spirit being called a Troi suggests to the Headman of Greivat Fastness that he might ask the Dreamers for immortality. But when the Headman approaches the aged Shrine Guardian Gilzara with a request for help in summoning the correct Zem, things do not turn out quite as planned. More
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Words: 9,050
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301580675
About Lorinda J Taylor

A former catalogue librarian, Lorinda J. Taylor was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and worked in several different academic libraries before returning to the place of her birth, where she now lives. She has written fantasy and science fiction for years but has only recently begun to publish. Her main goal is to write entertaining and compelling fiction that leaves her readers with something to think about at the end of each story.

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Review by: Marva Dasef on Jan. 22, 2014 :
This short story from the Termite Writer is a complex book in few words. I've been thinking it reminded me of a famous SF author from way back in the 60's, but I can't think of who it is, so I'll write the review without (alas) the reference to famous writer I wanted to use.

Essentially, this story is a "be careful what you wish for" tale. The usual excellent writing is what I've come to expect from Lorinda Taylor.

Hey, the short is free. It won't be a waste of your time.
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Review by: S Lawrence on Jan. 20, 2014 :
This is another powerful story by Lorinda Taylor, who has shown herself to be a powerful writer. If you're old enough to know what the word "mortality" means, don't expect to come away from this tale unmoved, or unaffected.
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Review by: Chris The Story Reading Ape on Jan. 21, 2013 :
This story is like an onion, it has many layers (imaginative creatures, original names, a clear storyline, a moral, plus more) and may bring tears to your eyes if you put yourself in the place of the Priest Gilzara, his wife Javon and the petitioner Emtash.
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