Tabitha Ormiston-Smith was born and continues to age. Dividing her time between her houses in Melbourne and the country, she is ably assisted in her editing business and her other endeavours by Ferret, the three-legged bandit.
on March 24, 2015 :
Interesting stories but I found them a bit familiar. I did enjoy how they linked together. (Different perspectives).
(review of free book)
on Sep. 09, 2013 :
Three stories telling the same event from different perspectives.
A somewhat violent dragon interferes with life in a fairytale kindgom. The king's three sons are trying to solve the problem. Will the oldest, a master of the sword, win? Or, the middle son, the smartest of the three, or the youngest: weakest, dreamer of dreams, a singer of songs and a teller of tales? To spice up the story there is also a beautiful princess and a treasure.
Tabitha Ormiston-Smith tells the story from three perspectives and every time we find out more. I promise you will be suprised by the solution.
As always, Tabitha Ormiston-Smith, humors us with a mixture out of defty and elegant language. I laughed really hard about the ending. Somehow I could so see it.
Gisela Hausmann, author & blogger
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on Sep. 02, 2013 :
I really liked the author's different perspectives. They were all unique, and the last quite humorous. I look forward to reading more fantasy from her.
(reviewed the day of purchase)