The Tower and The Eye: A Beginning

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
The stories of the Black Tower War keep the children of the four kingdoms in check. Adults consider them to be only stories, but stories are sometimes true and they always go around in cycles…

A mad King rules in Galivor. His sons vie for the right to become his official heir. While the youngest, Korin, chases the bandits plaguing the land, Loric sets out to plunder an abandoned dungeon. More

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Words: 18,610
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458167965
About Kira Morgana

Kira thought she was a Teacher, until Life pointed out to her that she is actually a writer. As her Cats, Kids and Partner approved, she decided to agree with Life.

Currently she is working on a five book Fantasy Novella Series, as well as a number of other projects, including a Children’s Rhyming Story Series collaboration with Maria K; and as “A.E. Churchyard” on several Science Fiction and Horror projects. As if that weren’t enough to do, she volunteers at a local Guide Unit and a Brownie Pack.

She does all this from a body in South Wales, UK. Where her mind is, she hasn’t yet worked out, because apart from seeing a lot of fantasy creatures, she hasn’t actually managed to find someone with a map…

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Review by: Maria K. on April 11, 2011 :
Yes, there will be those who only bother to read the first few pages and declare this book another "Lord of the Rings" ripoff - too bad for them, because they will miss an excellent adventure. For those of us who can indeed recognize a respectful nod to Mr. Tolkien and who love to play the "Dungeons and Dragons"-style role-playing games, this is the stuff of dreams.

Make no mistake, readers, while this tale carries some traditional features of the fantasy genre, it is not your everyday fare. By the time you reach the end of this first novella in The Tower and The Eye series, you had better be in it for the long haul with the characters, because the author makes it clear that things will get much darker before the dawn.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: John Booth on March 29, 2011 :
A very enjoyable work of sword and sorcery with well defined characters and a great sense of fun.

If you like Dungeons and Dragons style stories this will be ideal for you. For the rest of us it's rollicking fun.

Well worth the price of entry
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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