A. Lee Martinez
This book has been passed around by my gaming group. It finally was my turn to read it. When I asked about it, they simply told me to read it.
It looks cheap. The blurbs also don't read as anything spectacular. The first chapter also does not reflect any quality. Still, I saw in the faces of those around me to read it. I thus read it.
Well, it is a fun story. It is not spectacular, but the author holds the level of his narrative. The style of writing is what I call, 'internet muse,' but the author does not have the quality of his tale diminish as his fascination with the writing experience fades. There are some changes of point of view, but I did not find them annoying (although I did notice). The story does have holes, but the manner of narrative does not make the holes important.
If you want a fun book, I would reccomend it. It is quirky with a number of strange characters and situations. The tale does hold a consistency all the way to the end.
If you want me to tell you about the book, well, I am not going to bother. If you are so paranoid of new stuff that you need an outline of events, this book is not for you. If you really do not enjoy fantasy, leave this book alone. The book is weird, but in a fun way. The book does present some strange stuff, but never becomes philosophical. I found it to simply be an entertaining way to have spent some time, and I believe that you would find it to be that as well.
Fantasy puts more requirements on the writer than any other fiction, because the world must be made as real before anything else can be real.
Adult Christian fiction quite different than all the usual lame stuff in that market. "Dilemma of Dreams" now in hard back.