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Ceylo Krinn And The Fourth Faction Paperback – April 7, 2012
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About the Author
Ralph Stadig is a Connecticut author, poet, and software developer. Ralph resides in the New Haven, Connecticut area. He is married (thirty-six years) and has six children. In addition to his writing, he has avid interests in music, sports, and community theater. For nearly twenty years, he has been an enthusiastic roleplayer, online gamer, and member of various online virtual reality worlds. Those interests, plus his love of writing, have led to the creation of a series of short stories revolving around a recurring character he had created and played in many of these settings, the half-elven warrior maiden 'Ceylo Krinn'. Though inspired by the fantasy gaming tradition that spawned her, the author has developed her nature, history, and life far beyond those original boundaries into a fascinating case study of the dual nature of humanity; the darker, violent half versus the more gentle, emotional side of our being.
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Enjoyed it immensely. Didnt want it to end. Looking forward to more from this author.
Very highly recommended!
I was a little lost in the first few pages, might have been due to my first electronic book, and had to get up to speed on the characters and their backgrounds but by a half dozen pages in I was on a roll.
I don't particularly like books that I can ,mentally, out run the author and this was a book I was always always right in step with the characters.
I got a little worried when there was references, via humor, to more current phraseology but that diminished as it was probably oblique to most readers, and as I got into the enjoyment of the total read I enjoyed it's value to the story..After-all slaying and attacking creatures can overwhelm me if too morosely done..but, by the injection of casual & light humor, not excessively done, it made for an overall good read.
The only real reason I didn't rate it as a [5 Star] was because I wasn't ready to get to the end. I wanted more. I know...selfishness on my part.
Every writer develops a "style" and a collection of readers who will know it's the book for them.
I like his style and eagerly await his next work.