New World: a Frontier Fantasy Novel

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 review
In a land called Mira, the brutal sacking of a young colony links the fates of two opposite characters: a twelve-year-old printer's son named Simon Jones and his long-lost uncle Tiberius Bogg, one of Mira's legendary mountain men.

Together they trek through a merciless landscape full of extraordinary creatures -- all culled from American tall tales, Indian legends, and backwoods folklore. More
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About Steven W. White

Steven W. White has written science fiction and fantasy since he was a teenager. Along the way, he's been a Christmas tree farmer, a rocket scientist, and a snake handler. Lately, he's earned a Fiction MFA from the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts on Whidbey Island, Washington. He writes, teaches, and occasionally plays with fire in the Pacific Northwest.

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About the Series: Tales of the New World
Across the sea lies a newly discovered continent, a world whose forests and beasts are unknown to the recorded memory of elves, dwarves, or men... a wilderness full of extraordinary creatures – jackelopes and thunderbirds, fur-bearing trout and four-legged hills – all culled from American tall tales, Indian legends, and backwoods folklore.

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Reviews of New World: a Frontier Fantasy Novel by Steven W. White

DAK reviewed on Aug. 8, 2018

This was an excellent book. The combination of mountain man adventure tale, young boy coming of age and fantasy, all well thought out and unique to the genre, make for a very fun read. I highly recommend it and will be reading other efforts by this author. My only quibble, and the reason for 4 instead of 5 stars, is the slightly jarring mix of technological levels apparent between the use of firelocks, mail and plate armor. While all existed at the same time, it seems the settlers are in the early 18th Century while the privateers are in the 15th at best. but this can be ignored or handwaved away, something I was happy to do. Overall, great story and I'm looking forward to more.
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