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E. Patrick Dorris
on July 24, 2009 :
I originally reviewed this as part of a set of stories in Pure Escapism, Volume One. I thought I'd repost my review here, in a slightly edited format for anyone who missed it.
I just finsished reading "The Pit," the first story in the set. The author fully delivers on his promise of escapism, but if anything underestimates the quality of his writing. I decided to review each piece separately as I read them, because after starting the second, I realized that the author is able to seamlessley write in different styles and I want to digest each story individually. Well worth a read, and I hope more is forthcoming soon.
This short serves as a nice introduction not only to an apparently bronze-age mythologically based world of the author's creation, but also of a race of Minotaur-like creatures who do far more than lurk in underground mazes waiting for helpless virgins to be delivered to them.
(review of free book)