Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Sometimes tales flow down from the mountain peaks like the snow-fed streams that bleed down their boney flanks. Strange beasts. Stranger men. Stories spun in the glow of highlander watch fires to pass the time swell and strengthen - every retelling a new tributary – until the tale becomes a legend.

But sometimes, the legends are real... More
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About T.B. Schmid

T.B. Schmid lives in upstate New York with his wife, two children, and two Norwegian Elk Hounds. He and author R.Wade Hodges formed Lions of the Empire in 2014 to promote their collaborative "Fate's Crucible" series. Book One, entitled "Beyond the Burning Sea" was released on 9/20/16, and there are at least two additional books in production. "Feral" was his first published work.

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Reviews of Feral by T.B. Schmid

H. Nelson reviewed on Dec. 18, 2014
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Well written tale. Good story line. Characters and scenes could be visualized readily..
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Azriel reviewed on Dec. 18, 2014

This is a Tale worth reading! T.B. Schmid has crafted a truly outstanding fantasy adventure that will keep it's readers riveted until the very last word. It has everything a fan of this genre could want; Action, adventure, romance and magic and he does it with vivid scenes, strong believable characters and a unique story. This book left me wanting more, more, more and so I eagerly await the Ruine series. Take note: T.B. Schmid will become a household name!
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
joelschmid reviewed on Nov. 29, 2014

Like a warm, crackling fire on a cold winters night !
After wading through so many cookie cutter fantasy/D&D style stories this one was a welcome relief from all the E. Howard wanna-bees.
The settings and scenery in this story were spectacular and well described.
The author handles combat and love interest scenes with skill and realism - two areas typically embarrassingly bumbled by many amateur authors.
My only nitpick might b e that I had a bit of a hard time with two of the stories characters forming a friendship at the end, but otherwise a fine read.
Looking forward to the RUINE series. I anticipate some reading time well spent ...
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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