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Review #1

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I’ve had this on my TBR list for a while and finally got to reading this. It’s one uphill ride of fights against these undead spirit things. We start with our team of heroes and slowly watch them all fall to this undead scourge. This is very fast paced. I started this book before bed and before I knew it, its 12am and Kaith and the Countess and a few others are the only survivors. But this isn’t the end. Oh no. It’s just the beginning.

The prose is good, not too gawdy, gets to the point and helps the pacing remain at a steady page turning flow. I’ve downloaded the sequel which is a full blown novel. I’m very curious how this world this author has created will manage this undead/spirit manifestation. Hopeful to see Kaith again, too and more of the Countess.


Review #2

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This story is presented in a manner that made me feel like I was there observing the action, rather than just sitting around a campfire hearing someone else tell about it.
The author serves up a literary cocktail that goes down as smooth as Tupelo honey.
At a guess, I would say the recipe is;
One part Mozart’s roguish musical madness, one part J.R.R. Tolkien’s masterful character development, one part Sir Walter Scott’s descriptive simplicity, three parts common man’s wisdom……Poured over ice (shaken, not stirred) and served with a twist of empathy.
An all around good read.
I eagerly await whatever comes next.


Review #3

Audiobook The Dawn of Unions (The Cycle of Bones) by JP Corwyn

I enjoyed reading this novella. It has a lot of characters and it took me a bit to remember them all but after a while that is not a problem. Plot was very intriguing to me, and I want to know more about it so I’m glad sequel is already out.
My main problem with this one was nonlinear storytelling, although it is interesting way of telling a story I personally don’t like that approach. Despite that, I had great time and would recommend.


Review #4

Audio The Dawn of Unions (The Cycle of Bones) narrated by Simon Vance

Reminds me of very early Wheel of Time, like the very first few chapters of book one. The focus of the story is tiny, but there’s obviously a well developed world outside of the two little towns we see here. There’s a richness even just to this little sliver of this world and its mythology and magic that I can’t wait to see expanded on in novels to come.


Review #5

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JP Corwyn has an amazing style of writing and poetry I haven’t seen since my readings of Kipling. This may be his first book… But I am already looking forward to the next one!

I was drawn into the characters and their thoughts in a way not often found among today’s authors


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