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The Saga of Urunem: Revelations (Volume 1) Paperback – May 17, 2016
About the Author
Caton Hartworth is an author based in Maryland, USA. With a lifelong passion for creativity, Caton writes primarily in the fantasy genre, but sees no reason not to broaden his horizons. Beyond his solo work, Caton often collaborates with other artists and creators on literary and fine art projects. Fluent in Mandarin Chinese, and holding degrees in Anthropology and Chinese Studies, Caton enjoys sourcing from his experience of travel and fieldwork, the odd and extraordinary events of daily life, and the richness of real-world cultures in order to create his fictional worlds. Also, with a lifelong interest and love of Norse religion and culture, Caton draws much inspiration from Norse history, mythology, the Eddas and Sagas, and related scholarly and religious commentaries for his life and work. An avid outdoorsman, there is usually not a single day where Caton doesn't spend at least some time adventuring in the woods, working in the garden, or engaging in other outdoor work. Caton also has a passion for meditation and exercise, starting early in childhood, and believes that health of body, mind, and spirit are the keys to a good life. Some of Caton's favorite authors/writers include JRR Tolkien, Seamus Heaney, William Shakespeare, Robert Burns, Snorri Sturluson, Wu Cheng'en, and many others, new and old.
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The author appears to have taken his time with his book and written it with an rich back story in place. The world was well developed, as was each and every character. In my head I could see the author doing each character's back story before he even wrote his first paragraph. I love when you can see a character so clearly in your head with the way they are written.
This book gives you more then one emotion, which is the sign of a good book. You get the needed twists to keep you reading and the story moves forward so smoothly that you have to keep reading to see what will happen next. You will want to keep reading, to get the needed answers to questions that come up in your head as you are diving deeper and deeper into the book.