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Dam Good Publishing
on April 14, 2012 :
It’s dirty, it’s gritty, and it leaves you with that greasy feeling of oil between your fingers. I devoured this book.
In the beginning it’s like historical fiction from the depression era, complete with the mysterious illness and a farm. I actually did not like the main character at all at first. But before you know it, the author throws a giganic twist at you, and you’re taken directly into the meat of the mystery. The ending itself was quite satisfying, and actually made me hope there is room for another book after this. I enjoyed it immensely, especially the love/hate relationship between the MC and Master Dagg. And I don’t mean romantical, don’t think this is romance. Put that notion away, this is gothic good old storytelling. If you have been craving something raw and different in fantasy, this might be the book for you.
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)