The Legend of the Dwarf
Prices/Formats: $15.00 ebook, $15.00 paperback
Genre: Epic, Fantasy, Sword & Sorcery
Release: December 18, 2016
Ever Trollkiller is a young dwarf, twenty-three years old, who had lived her entire life in an isolated cave far away from the dwarven kingdom. She lives with twelve other dwarves who have raised her in complete isolation, keeping the surviving dwarves a secret from the rest of the word. They hide form Terrisino, the Great and Evil Sorcerer, who demolished their kingdom a quarter century ago. But when Ever accidentally meets an elf, she decides that she is no longer satisfied with the stories she hears from her clan. She decides to seek out the mysterious elf so that he might show her the world.
But it isn’t long before she realizes that the freedom of the world and the future of the races of elves, men, and dragons will soon end like the dwarven race. Orcs run rampant in the land, killing innocents and plundering the villages. Strange creatures are given rise as they bring death to those who dare harbor the dwarf that they seek. Evil men lie in wait till they might strike. And each of them is allied under Terrisino himself.
The stories of hope reach Ever. The stories of legends that all center around one strange dwarf who is destined to defeat Terrisino and ensure the freedom to the world. Convinced that she is the dwarf of legend, she unites with the unlikely company of men, sorcerers, elves, and dragons to save the races and discover who she is.
When I first came across this book, I added it to my list and awaited patiently as to whether I would get the pleasure of reviewing this book as part of the on-going blog tour. I was ecstatic when I received the email stating that I would be a participant and reviewer. This book had me flipping through the pages, imagery of the scenes, even a potential dream cast started floating through my mind as I continued reading through. The plot and of the book will make any avid reader, especially those with a love of fantasy, left with the desire to dive in, and shed light on bravery and determination as we seen through out this book. Though there were times I felt my interest give way, as I found I started reading at a slower pace at certain points, this did not disappoint.
I am certain that there will be many who will enjoy this, as I certainly have. Be sure to add this read to your lists, again, you won’t be disappointed.
Kate Bloom‘s Bio:
Kate Bloom is a tenacious and edgy millennial with a BS in English and history, giving her a knack for story-telling. As a fantasy writer, her mind is constantly running wild in fictional worlds, such as that of her first project, Alice in Dreamland (kindle2016). Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1994, and where she has lived her entire life, Kate found the dry dessert scenery to grow tiresome to look at. She found her escape in the fantastical worlds that played out in her head. She has fallen in love with the idea of putting those worlds in print so that everyone else might see those worlds as well.
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