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Swords and Sigils by Sharon T. Rose

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Rated 6.43 out of 10 Statistics

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Genre: Adventure / Supernatural

Audience: Teen, Adult

Updated: Weekly

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Occasional Coarse Language

Occasional Violence

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Overall Rating: 6.431

Average Rating: 1 (Guests), 6.38 (Members)

Ranking: #320

Rating Count: 3 (0 Guests, 4 members)

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"A boy and his hired muscle"

Melkeen is a Wizard with a chip on his shoulder and a lot to prove.  He’s hired Sarta, a Northern woman with a pair of deadly blades, to be his bodyguard while he treks all over the known world in search of Arkane magik.  The pecking order of the World cannot be ignored, as this unlikely pair well knows.  This journey is not intended to end well for either of them, so they must watch for dangers from the unlikeliest of places.

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"for a traditional fantasy "fix"..."

Rating: 6 / 10

If you couldn’t guess from the title, Swords and Sigils is a traditional sword and sorcery let’s-go-on-a-quest fantasy tale. Melkeen is an up-and-coming young wizard fighting his way up the ranks of his magical order, which is full of sneering elitism, backstabbing, subterfuge, political infighting, cynicism, etc. Melkeen has been strongly shaped by the arrogant, ambitious mold, but seems to…Read More

"A nice take on traditional fantasy"

Rating: 7 / 10

(Crossposted from my blog)

On her website the author prefaces the blurb with this uninspiring line:

"This is a fantasy story about a young prodigy and his side-kick (who can kick some serious side). It’s set in your standard fantasy world with all the expected accouterments. Details in the text."

I really think she doesn’t need it. On the one hand it makes the…Read More

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