Ssalia and the Dragons of Avienot

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Ssalia the snake girl does not intend to go on strange adventures; they just seem to be calling out to her. When she learns of the dragon city Avienot through an unexpected encounter with one of the flying lizards, she cannot resist looking for it, uncovering some of the wonders of her planet and getting involved in more situations than she expected along the way... More
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About Tammy Spahn

Tammy Spahn is an up-and-coming indie writer and artist born in beautiful Frisia who specialises in primarily light and escapist Fantasy books. In her novels, she attempts to capture the charm and imagination of children's and juvenile fiction and present it in a writing style accessible to wider audiences. She created the faraway planet Pelsatia as a primary setting for her works, a world without humans and rich with magic and natural beauty.

Apart from writing Fantasy, Tammy's interests include digital painting, composing and the Furry community. She currently runs an online comic (Tails of Lanschilandia) and sells her art on various websites.

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Reviews of Ssalia and the Dragons of Avienot by Tammy Spahn

Andrew K. reviewed on July 24, 2013

well... this book has been quite good so far....
bit draggy in spots but overall a good experience i have been glad to have taken part in.
5 stars!! :3
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Tockotocko reviewed on May 23, 2013

(I already owned this in print. ebook version seems fairly the same, saw no glaring errors in formatting.)

indie fantasy is often lacking but this was surprisingly good. I liked the characters and the setting seems well planned out and promising for more stories. fairly creative overall and not as dark or clichéd as much fantasy. looking forward to seeing more from this author.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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