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Warlocks of Evergreen: The Evergreen Journals Book I by [Dunsterville, Theresa]
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Editorial Reviews


From Self-Publishing Review: 
"The world of Evergreen is everything its name implies, and more. A  
living world - a truly living, sentient planet - of beauty and magic.

But there is more to this planet that meets the eye. Settlers begin to  
experience changes, and lose their interest in leaving as the other  
races of the strange and beautiful land begin to commune, and even  
form families together. The planet plunges into war as Paul Rider, a  
half-human born from colonist and native, starts a great cleansing of  
non-human species. It falls to sisters Dasimbe and Cierva, as well as  
their friends, to help Evergreen repel the war-monger and save their  
way of life. Magic, mystery, romance, and war await in Warlocks of  
Evergreen by T.I. Dunsterville.

The book is a mix of science-fiction and fantasy as the futuristic  
Galactic Federal Union spreads humanity and its fellows across the  
stars, leading to the ancestors of the protagonists Dasimbe and Cierva  
discovering their new mother planet. An easy comparison would be to  
James Cameron's movie Avatar, to which similarities are difficult to  
completely ignore. The story of an assimilate outsider joining the  
"native" people (here, not-so-native) against a hostile "alien" (here,  
not-so-alien) force is as old as time, of course, and drawing on the  
classic outline is nothing uncommon. But this analogy does little  
justice in describing the originality of this piece in other areas.

The world is vibrant and alive, standing out as something remarkably  
real despite its slightly discordant component parts. The writing is  
very fluent and engaging from the get-go, pushing you along through  
everything you need to know to enjoy the story in a very natural way  
Some characters feel a tad underdeveloped, especially through  
dialogue, even the prime antagonist Paul Rider whose motivations are  
far from simple, yet lack enough of a personality to really feel a  
connection to his madness, and this is at odds with otherwise very  
strong writing of the world.

Still, Evergreen is a huge, expansive planet that seems ripe for more  
stories to come out of it, and the author agrees; Warlocks of  
Evergreen is simply the debut book in the Journals of Evergreen  
series, itself part of the "Central Information Assessment Module" or  
"CIAM" universe the author has devised, named after the device used to  
record the council session Dasimbe attends, and further functions, of  

The author states she even has short stories in the works, which seem  
extremely fitting for this particular universe, which fits the  
sprawling tales of war as much as it does more humble yarns.

To pull back to what we already have, however, Warlocks of Evergreen  
is a solid science-fantasy tale with a strong character focus and a  
world that truly feels alive, both literally and figuratively and a  
luscious presentation with its unique cover. It's a strong first  
showing from author Dunsterville and leaves those lucky enough to  
discover this first installment with bated breath for a follow-up."  
4.5 stars

About the Author

T. I. Dunsterville discovered the passion for science fiction and fantasy in her early teens, when she read the “grand masters” of science fiction. Now, after years of adventure/intrigue, paranormal romance, and classics added onto that, she has developed a universe in her own head with a draft sequel, written notes, story outlines, and short stories begging to be shared.

Product details

  • File Size: 2534 KB
  • Print Length: 223 pages
  • Publisher: T. I. Dunsterville; 1 edition (June 8, 2016)
  • Publication Date: June 8, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01GU69XM8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,064,263 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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