Monday, February 21, 2011

Review for WolfSong

WolfSong (Tales from the Crescent)

4.5 stars
WolfSong is a tale about an area called the Crescent. The primary three races are the hawk, werewolves, and humans (there are also fey, but in this book they play a smaller role). The story for the most part follows around a squad of hawks as they hunt down a rogue werewolf that led to the deaths of two of their own. There is also a young werewolf man who is with the squad helping to track down the fugitive.

This is actually a pretty decent sized book especially for .99 and it only took me two days to finish. The story is very solid and the characters are, for the most part, very well developed. The only real issue I had was there were a few times that a character was introduced with very little introduction and I will admit to some confusion trying to remember if I should know that name or if it was someone new. I am really hoping that in the next book we get a little more background into the world and the interactions between the races.

I for one will be sure to pick up a copy of the second book as soon as its available to see what new adventures await this band of warriors.

As of right now this is the only work available by her.  You can find it on Amazon (follow the link in the review) or Smashwords.  She is also a fellow blogger so go and check out her site.  

J H Sked will also be featured in an interview here in several weeks (exact date unknown) so stay tuned for more info on her and on her upcoming work.

1 comment:

  1. Scott, thank you for a great review, and for supporting the Indie community. It's really appreciated by all of us.