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Joe Mirabello is a professional game artist with eight years of experience in the entertainment industry. He tries to work on something hobby related, like writing, for one hour every day, rain or shine.
on April 26, 2014 :
I didn't expect much from this author I never heard of, so I was kinda surprised at how well the characters stood up, each with its own unique personality. At some point it looked like I was looking at a quarrel between some angry D&D players, not at a narrative with a single mastermind behind it. Very well done. I liked this book as much as some of the best-sellers of more famous authors like Terry Pratchett. Worth it.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on Nov. 13, 2011 :
This was a great debut from Joe Mirabello. The story was a mix of twists on familiar and original plots, the characters were interesting and deep, and there were some puns but without all the British references of a Pratchett novel. Even two weeks after finishing the book, I find myself thinking about the characters. And unlike most fantasy books, this one has amazing cover art, done by the author himself. I am really looking forward to Mirabello's next book (hopefully due out before 2021).
(reviewed within a month of purchase)