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    Wonderful

    Truly a piece of art...............................
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    A night of horrors for gothic fantasy buffs

    A well-rounded short tale for gothic fantasy buffs. The immersive, but simple, storytelling style sets a cracking pace for a wintery night of horrors. A non-demanding, entertaining read that will lure you in for the full series.
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    The Corpse King

    The Corpse King is a novella designed to be an introduction to Tale of Eisengoth, however, it felt like I'd been dropped into their world with no idea of what was what. They have flaming blue "manna" swords. They stab themselves in the heart with a crystal needle. They are called Arbiters, but no clear understanding of who or what they are is given. Maybe I need everything given to me on a plate, but instead of world building, it was already fully formed by the time I started to read. It was written well, with no editing or grammatical errors to be seen. With detailed and sometimes gruesome descriptions, this is not for the young or faint of heart. A good story that I enjoyed, but without enough world building for me. Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
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