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Outraged: Epic Fantasy Adventures (Santorray's Privations) (Volume 5) Paperback – February 20, 2017
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Playing Advanced Dungeons & Dragons in the 70’s and 80’s, Anthony G. Wedgeworth made notes for a new realm for 40 years. During this time he developed all new species, 5000 years of evolution & migration of creatures and civilizations, and 2 unique magical clans that are frequently at odds. The 12 published stories in this new realm have characteristics of Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and the Dark Crystal. Follow Anthony on Facebook to find out more about this Epic Fantasy Adventure.
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This book stars Santorray and explains what happens when he goes into the govi glade (during Thorik's adventures). We see a side of Santorray that hasn't been revealed previously, and it made me like his even more. There are a few characters that make appearances in Outraged from Thorik's adventures, but there are a lot more new characters. Anthony did a great job giving all of these new characters different personalities while keeping the personalities of the characters we already know. My favorite two characters are Goothr and Gway. The things Goothr says and does just make me laugh. For instance, he has a unique way of catching birds and fish. You will have to read it to see for yourself. I love Gway (in fact she is one of my favorites of all the books) mostly because she reminds me a lot of me. Just in how she says things and does things.
The plot is great, I was interested in continuing the entire book and was left with wanting even more at the end. I highly recommend reading Outraged for anyone that has read the Thorik series and liked it and for anyone who enjoys fantasy, fighting, and amazing characters. Cannot wait for the next book!