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a beginning the tower and the eye Reviews
Surely nearly every kid has day-dreamed of suddenly discovering a rich relative who leaves them a vast fortune! (Perhaps a lot of adults have as well). Kira Morgana takes that basic fantasy, and feeds it steroids. The main character, Jenni, discovers that she is the heir not only to wealth but a great deal more! I won't say what that entails, for fear of spoiling the story; but the thing I liked most about 'The Angels Crown' is how the author is continually taking her characters and her readers into new levels of wonder. Moreover, she does it with a smooth and well paced flow of words that keep you reading, with vivid descriptions and well developed backgrounds. There is a thread of mystery that runs from the very beginning, with each solution leading to another puzzle, until you reach the final revelations. 'The Angels' Crown' is probably written with a young readership in mind, and might therefore seem a little simplistic in plot and character development. However, despite being well past the 'young reader' category, I still found it very enjoyable!
A Beginning (The Tower and The Eye) starts out as a pretty standard Dungeons and Dragons romp. You have your basic characters (Human, Dwarf, Cleric, Theif, Elf) and all the cross race banter you would expect. You have a dungeon to explore (loaded with traps, threats etc) and you have an Ancient Enemy.When you put all these elements together you could have a run-of-the-mill story but thanks to the authors love of, and experience with all things d+d, what you get is a short story with a lot of promise for the series it is setting up.There are twists and turns to the story that I didn't expect and an ending that left me stunned, in so much as I never saw THAT coming.A grand start to what promises to be a classic fantasy series for years to come
As a writer myself, it's always interesting to see the 'nuts & bolts' of another writers work, so I enjoyed the introductions that the writer gave to each of these stories. But quite apart from that, this is a marvellous collection, combining a vivid and wide-ranging imagination with an adroit use of words. Every story I read had me thinking "That was the best one!" - until I came to 'Breaking the Spell' which I finally decided was my favourite - brilliantly conceived, beautifully crafted, atmospheric and poignant. But a lot of the others come close, and they carry with them that sense of wonder, that touch of wild magic, which makes for great fantasy!
It made a change for me looking back on the type of games I used to write so many years ago. They have evolved over the years and are easily adapted to book form as this is. A delightful read, a little too short for my liking, nevertheless, plenty of action with all the usual kinds of creature found in these wizards dungeons. I was a little puzzled with the description of the clothing colours in the first chapter. Maybe the author spends a lot of her time browsing colour charts :-)
I was wavering between a 4 1/2 and a 5, primarily because I'm one of those Grammar Nazis, and I did have a couple of questions which were subsequently answered. This is what I get for also being impatient. Good story, Kira!