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I have done some type of art most of my life and graphics as well as web design for the past ten years. I love the creative aspect of graphics and art as well as music. Creativity is utmost in my endeavors. I love to build something new from nothing.
Ya know, it’s funny how many things a person decides they want to accomplish in their lives. How many of us actually get to do it?
Now I know at times I have stretched myself pretty thin, but hey, I have also had a lot of fun doing it. I think everyone should take advantage of whatever life has to offer. It’s far too short to sit around wondering if you should or shouldn’t, and then spend the rest of your life going, shoulda, woulda, coulda. Don’t ever let anyone tell you not to follow your dreams…
on June 20, 2013 :
Truly a great read... Blood and Bane had me captivated from page one. I could not put the book down as I was eager to find out what happened next through each chapter. I am looking forward to the next book in the series, and can't wait to see what unfolds in the Realms of Arydd! I strongly recommend this book to anyone who appreciates a great fantasy novel that leaves you begging for more.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on May 29, 2013 :
Blood and Bane's bending kept me glued to the computer for hours on end. The story was unusually unexpected for a fantasy novel. I found myself wanting to jump ahead to find out what was coming next. I'm looking forward to the next installment of the series and strongly suggest this book to anyone looking for a good, fresh, and entertaining read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
Angus H Day
on May 23, 2013 :
This story has revived my interest in reading some fantasy after abstaining for more than thirty years. The Realms of Arydd paints a society in which Dragonkind rules benevolently over human and Dragon. The safety and health of the land come first in all decisions made. The bad, dark, evil, greedy,..., side is represented by a strain of humans once exiled who draw upon the energy of the land to achieve their goals at the expense of others.
Thankfully the author has provided a glossary of names at the back of the book to help the reader to stay sorted. I found myself cheering for Karandra, a Wyse-woman, not the main character. That's how I roll. I encourage all to read this work.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)