The Great Ravine

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A group of people who must uncover the secrets of a corrupt council and stop them from unearthing something more than the planet can handle. More

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About Mitchell Furness

Mitchell Furness mainly grew up in the Independence area. He gave up cartoon illustrating to go into writing. His interest in several media and dream influences inspired The Great Ravine series.

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Review by: Amy Weidenaar on July 10, 2013 :
Wait, what?? This book was FANTASTIC!! The characters were well-developed and I was totally able to relate to them. The book itself was an emotional roller coaster and WOW, what a ride!! I can't wait for the next book!!

If you're looking for something in the fantasy world that's a little different, THIS is the book you're looking for!
(reviewed 82 days after purchase)
Review by: chad dorais on April 26, 2013 : (no rating)
First of all I am not a avid reader. So for me actually finishing the book and wanting more is a great sign for both the author and the up and coming readers of this book. The description of characters was great. Just enough information revealed at the right times to keep the connections to the reader as well as the characters in the story. I felt that all the characters we important to the story so I really didn't have a least favorite character. There were several great fight scenes throughout the story. Only at one small point in the story was the information shy but by far not a deal breaker. I am looking forward to reading the next installment in the series and seeing where the characters go next and what happens to the kingdom. Really great read. Worth the sleepless night to finish it cause I just couldn't put it down. Job well done :)
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)
Review by: Christopher McCarrison on April 24, 2013 : (no rating)
I would say this book is "New and inventive. Unlike anything I have read."

My first thought after finishing is "That sucks, what happened with the basin?".

My favorite character is Sophia because she is secretive and wise beyond her apparent age. My favorite part in the book is the fight scene with Ralas and Ryder.

Shellis is my least favorite character.

I felt the interactions between the main characters amongst themselves, the antagonists, and the monsters is good, engaging, pertinent, wasn't slow or boring, and believable.

The plot twists are interesting, some expected and some unexpected.

There are plenty of teasers to keep you reading.

The strength of the book is its fresh take. The weakness of the book is that the environmental and physical descriptions are lacking.

I feel there needs to be more back story between Ralas and Giare.

Looking forward to seeing what the new world is like in the sequel.

I would say this book is "New and inventive. Unlike anything I have read."
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)
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