Hearts of Iron: A Foreworld SideQuest (The Foreworld Saga) Kindle Edition
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As a reviewer, I won't bore you with a duplicate synopsis of the story, or potentially spoil things you wish to discover for yourself. Instead, let me emphasize that this Novella displays a strong grasp of unique and memorable character creation, undoubtedly honed over the years of working within the gaming industry, and an eye for descriptive detail. I am a visual reader, and while being a Novella does limit the overall descriptive length, I found a visually rich story being spun before my eyes as I cycled page after page.
Is it all songbirds and singalongs? No. As noted, this is a promising first entry by Scott James Magner. Rarely do you find someone who hits a home run on their first at bat, but the Author displays instincts and understanding that with time will be honed further. I can only hope that he continues to receive opportunities, because I feel it would be a shame to let someone with such promise escape the grasps of wanting readers. Specifically, for me, it was a single character. In hindsight, it could very well be chalked up to the length limitations dictated by the format (Novella). I wanted some conclusions to be reached at a slower pace.
I've already recommended this book to my inner circle of fellow Fantasy readers, and now I do so to the greater public. If you're a Prime member, you've got your freebie to use. Additionally, if you're on the fence about plunking down a meager amount for some quality Fantasy - try a sample, it won't kill you.
It read a lot like a Dungeons & Dragons campaign, with some plot twists that I assume relate to the Foreworld world.
It did seem a little too obvious that the "thug" they hired on to help, who was recommended by another character, was going to be a problem. While, of course, I should have been suspicious of his motives, it was pretty clear he was going screw things up from the beginning. It would have been nice to have at least some doubt about my assessment of him.
An excellent addition to The Foreworld Saga!
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