Sunday, March 25, 2012

Fezariu's Epiphany: Kindle Book of the Day 3/25

The most important part of any story is the human core that anyone can connect with, and author David M. Brown's stunning fantasy novel Fezariu's Epiphany has that in spades. The story revolves around a young boy's traumatic experiences with his parents and how those experiences inform who he becomes as a man. Thoughtful and compelling, pretty much anyone could find something to like in this richly told tale. Check it out!

Name: Fezariu's Epiphany (The Elencheran Chronicles)
Rating: 4.2 stars over 19 reviews
Price: 2.99
Description: 12-year-old Fezariu thought his mother died when he was little, but when his beloved stepfather dies the boy discovers she is alive and well - and working at the most famous brothel in all of Elenchera. When she cruelly rejects him it's more than he can bear, and he runs away to join a band of ruthless soldiers for hire. The Merelax Mercenaries will fight for anyone who can pay them, no matter the justice of the cause.

Fezariu grows up among the soldiers and becomes one of them. He thinks his time with the mercenaries has hardened him. But a campaign in his old home town pushes him too far, and he discovers what really happened to his mother. Maybe there are some things money shouldn't buy... and maybe it's time Fezariu took his revenge.

Reviews: "I started this with a little trepidation as I am not a gigantic fan of fantasy novels. I am so glad I did though - I was sucked in straight away. It wasn't overly 'fantastical' but there were enough different races and worlds, all beautifully described, to keep me interested. I had no trouble picturing any of the descriptions. Poor Fezariu has seen so much sadness in his short life that he thinks a mercenary life is best for him as he cannot get close to anyone there. he does however become friends with three other recruits. The story is told mostly from Fezariu's point of view but occasionally changes as the story dictates, for example at his birth and in his letters to his stepsister. This was a good idea as it kept the story fresh. The ending was fantastic, and I had a tear in my eye."

Get your copy of Fezariu's Epiphany (The Elencheran Chronicles) now!

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