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More About the Author
In 1990 he and his wife, along with their two very-young children, left KS and spent the next five years in Taichung, Taiwan. Before moving back to the States in 1995, they had gained another child.
Since 1995, the author and his family have lived in the Jefferson City MO area.
The Land of Betrovia trilogy:
Betrovia: Summer 2011
Lycentia: Harrak's Scrolls: Summer 2012
Ahnak: Edelin's Revelation: Spring 2013
Dave can be contacted via email@example.com
or via The Land of Betrovia's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/betrovia
Top Customer Reviews
The characters move in unexpected directions, especially when Tamara, oldest daughter, beauty, uninterested in the men who pursue her, an old maid at eighteen, finds her love and a life completely changed.
The story moved well and with enough detail to put the reader in the picture. The characters rang true.
I received the book from the author but I have not met him. He did not pay me. This is an honest review.
If you love clean, imaginative fiction full of intrigue and detail, then the Land of Betrovia is just the get-a-way place you need to be. You can just loose yourself in the story, and become part of a land and adventure far away.
In Betrovia, Dave King approaches the fantasy genre from a unique perspective, telling the tale mostly from the perspective of an old inn keeper - the sort of man who is usually only in the background of epic stories.
I liked just about everything about the book. There was very little in the way of magic, which I much prefer over magic-saturated stories like The Wheel of Time series. The author did a great job of making his characters lovable and interesting, each with their own quirks and strengths.
The dialogue was especially interesting. There was a lot of humorous banter and the characters had some unique expressions that helped give you the sense that you were truly in a different land and a different time.
One of the most enjoyable fantasy stories I've read in a LONG time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You know how some books grab you and won't let go until you've finished them? This ain't it. I've read the first 8 chapters, and nothing has happened. Read morePublished on November 26, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I read Betrovia (The Land of Betrovia), and to be quite honest, it took me a long time to finish this book. Read morePublished on June 9, 2013 by Paul from LA
While this story is an interesting and compelling one, I found that it dragged on with less important buildup of the characters than was needed. Read morePublished on March 31, 2013 by Clovelle McKelvey
This book was to dragged out and too much details were put into trivial issues that did not enhance the storyline.Published on December 27, 2012 by Amazon Customer
My 15-year-old son read the Kindle edition of this book as an assignment for home-school. Here are his words: "I really enjoyed this book. Read morePublished on October 26, 2012 by Cynthia