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on Aug. 16, 2017 :
The best one yet. I was so shocked by the ending. It seems like everything is about to come together.
(review of free book)
on Feb. 13, 2017 :
The Adventures of Larson and Garrett number 9
First this was a really long short story. It was over forty pages of real adventure. There were a few things I understand, like the group traveled from Xorinth to Stormguard by a magic train, but it's only mentioned in passing. I would have liked to have seen the train, but It really wasn't important.
The group, still led by Detective Mathew, who now doesn't appear to be a simple detective anymore meet with an old man while awaiting orders. Theyre also supposed to go off and gather information in the city, and they learn that the white wraiths are operating openly and trying to cause instability in the country, but there's so much more going on.
Larson teams up with other warriors of Akalabash. Together they fight some white wraiths and help a priest that talks about a demon named Lagos, so the demon is there somewhere trying to kill off the followers of the God of War, but the demon also appears to be in league with the white wraiths and some nobles and even people who follow Thaud God of Knowledge. The whole Larson and Garrett has this huge depth that I've never found in any short stories and it maks me wish this whole thing was just a book or a series of books but despite that, it's such an amzaing well built in depth world, and still the characters are the shining light that drive the tale onward.
Later on, after everyone regroups without Mathew who is delayed for some reason, they find the white wraith HQ in Stormguard and they go and the cultists, and let me tell you this was the craziest action scene I've ever read. Without spoiling the adventure, there's a point where i couldn't understand how the heroes were going to win but then they do and it wasn't cheap or rushed or anything. It was played off extremely well and it was a complete surprise that came with a perfect explanation. I have never seen writing like this.
(review of free book)