The Queen of Mages
on March 17, 2014
I agree with crpgnut. The book is wonderfully imaginative. Plus, for this grammar/spelling snob, I wasn't jarred by any horrible grammar or spelling issues. That is a real pleasure for me. I hate being engrossed in a story only to be kicked out by bad grammar, spelling, or sentences that are obvious rewrites that didn't have the previous words deleted. Mr. Clayborne writes with the reader in mind by allowing the story to take over the imagination rather than being constantly interrupted by mistakes.
How wonderful to read an author that cares enough about good writing to actually write well. It enhances the reading and enjoyment of the story. Thank you, Mr. Clayborne. I can't wait for the sequel!