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on Aug. 01, 2011 :
Tarranau is the first book of a series by debut novelist, James Tallett. Epic fantasy is not a genre I read often, but I found the author did a good job of creating a story line that drew me in and kept me turning the page until the very end. His descriptions were eloquent and rich, and his characters entertaining. I very much look forward to his forthcoming books and continuing my journey through The Four Part Land.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on July 31, 2011 :
From its style it clear to see that this is the authors first book to not expect anything in the league of masters of fantasy like likes of Patrick Rothfuss or even a enjoyable read like from R A Salvatore , although i give praise for its length usually these types of books last only 100 or so pages compared to the 300 of this books , but for me both the story and characters felt flat and lacking especially the protagonist who was in my opinion a whiny little goody two-shoes , not to be cruel but overall in my opinion this book is readable but not very enjoyable and as such it isnt worth the 5 $ asked for it , there are plenty other more enjoyable works on smash for less
(reviewed the day of purchase)