Fear the Wolf by Andrew Butcher


For generations people have believed that the Wolf watches over them and will destroy their village if they forget their place, if they forget that no one is better than anyone else, if they forget that desire and dreams are selfish and dangerous.

Senla cannot help but wish for a little beauty, a little color in her life. But the day she steps too far over the line, the Wolf attacks her village and destroys everything she thought she knew. 

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The Anmorian Legends by D.N. Pillay

This is book 1 in a story that spans across the galaxies and follows a young mage who starts the story as a slave but is soon told it is his destiny to become the strongest war mage, and the only one who would be capable of destroying the evil that has run amok for the last few centuries.

I received this book directly from the author, but all opinions are my own.

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DNF List

Life is flying on at top speed and I’m having enough difficulty keeping up that I can’t spend my precious free time on books that I do not enjoy. It’s time for me to cut the cord with these books, but that doesn’t mean that you wouldn’t enjoy them! I’ll list my reasons why and you can decide for yourself.

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Thieves’ Honor by David Combs

Fantasy | Adventure | Paranormal

286 pages

I received a copy of this book directly from the author in exchange for an honest review.

What is it about?

This is a fantasy adventure story in which a master thief, barbarian warrior, and performing magician are recruited/forced to work together in order to find and destroy a vampire with plans to take over a city. 

Was it good?

This book was entertaining. The characters banter with each other all throughout the story. Also, the constant fighting seems to have a real “bar fight” atmosphere to them with our heroes being constantly thrown across a room or into a wall, or being held up by their necks and threatened to death. Honestly, I don’t know how they survived until the end, but it was amusing along the way. 

The story was a bit predictable and the writing could use another round of editing. Primarily what bothered me was the lack of question marks when people ask questions. If it weren’t for that I am sure I would have liked this book a lot more.

If the description above sounded interesting to you, then I recommend you give it a try. It’s not too long a story to just read for fun, and the characters will keep you interested.

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