--Julie Czerneda, A Turn of Light
"John Scalzi did Redshirts. He poked fun at a beloved symbol of geekdom, and we loved it. Frey has done the same for the sacred fantasy tropes and it's fantastic. An empowered woman of color, thrown into the chauvinistic world of the epic fantasy today's geeks were weaned on, serves as the perfect narrator for a critical and wonderful look at fantasy in the modern world."
-- Leah Petersen, The Physics of Falling series
"I started reading Untold Tale, and was captivated. This superb novel grabbed me from the opening sentence, and never let go. The very best fantasy stories show us fresh new settings in which deeds and events matter--but first and foremost, they give us colorful, captivating characters we fall in love with, or love to hate, or are fascinated by. Untold Tale does all of this, and more. (...) And the whole tale is several clever twists on the oh-so-familiar fantasies we've read before. I want more. Books more".
--Ed Greenwood, Forgotten Realms