Tania Johansson


Tania grew up in a rural village in South Africa and moved to England at age fifteen. After completing her school education through a distance learning course, she went on to study optometry at Aston University, Birmingham. She now lives with her husband in Kent and she works as an optometrist.

An avid reader, Tania always wondered how authors went about their work. There came a day when she decided to try out her theories. She has not looked back since.

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The God Reaper: The Forgotten Gods: Book Three
Series: The Forgotten Gods, Book 2. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 103,020. Language: English. Published: April 4, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
In this final instalment of The Forgotten Gods trilogy, the gods are back. Trouble stirs when they free Rakadamon and remove the Alliance members’ Talents. The gods not only mean to rule, but they plan to enslave. Left powerless, Kadin is forced to seek help from the Soldiers of Mort who saved Man and Fae over five thousand years ago. This will be the battle to end all battles.
Of Folly and Fear: The Forgotten Gods: Book Two
Series: The Forgotten Gods, Book 1. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 111,660. Language: English. Published: January 3, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
Kadin defeated Rakadamon at the Battle of Magtisanya many cycles ago. When it becomes apparent that Dark followers have arisen again, Kadin must face the threat of the god’s return. Not only must the Alliance fight once more, but it also seems as though Rakadamon has somehow infiltrated their ranks. Trust becomes a scarce commodity… one which might come at a great cost.

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Smashwords book reviews by Tania Johansson

  • Throwing Clay Shadows on Feb. 22, 2012

    Starting this book, I was not sure if it would be my kind of read, but I could not help but be drawn in by this author's excellent story telling. At times I found the story frustrating, gut-wrenching, sad, and joyful. I lived with the characters while reading about their often painful story. I found the part that is seen through the eyes of the four year old, Maggie, very interesting. I also enjoyed the contrast between what she thought and felt and what the adults thought she did. Although this is certainly not a light read, if you want a story that feels true, deep and real, this is for you.