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Monday, September 19, 2011

"Awakenings Is A Terrific Debut"-- Fantasy Book Critic

I'm thrilled by this review by Mihir Wanchoo at Fantasy Book Critic
I'm curious as to why people have been calling this series "Warriors of Aandor." We didn't put a series name on the book. If we did, my preference would have been "Guardians of Aandor, " followed by "Heroes of Aandor."

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

BookwormBlues Says Awakenings is "A Surprisingly Absorbing Adventure"

"The writing is solid and fluid. The book itself has a raw quality to it that will appeal to many readers. Though Awakenings does read more like a prologue to a series, the series itself has huge potential to be a multi-dimensional epic fantasy. Awakenings crosses multiple genres from noir to contemporary and even has hints of traditional fantasy" -- Sarah, at Bookworm Blues

Thursday, September 8, 2011 Says "Awakenings" Is Worth Your Attention

"There's a lot of good things going for Awakenings. Cool cover art. Fun magic (and by fun, I mean the sort that involves supernatural violence, majorly destructive energies being flung about, and lots of people running for their lives). It's also got intriguing characterization, both of the major and minor players" -- Josh Vogt,


"Fantasy Lovers And Mystery Lovers Both Will Enjoy Awakenings" --

"Fantasy lovers and mystery lovers both will enjoy Awakenings. It is a great first novel and I will be looking for the other books to come out so I can see what these guys are up to!" --

Monday, September 5, 2011

The Qwillery Gives Awakenings 4.5 Out Of 5 Qwills

"Awakenings is a thrilling debut with great pacing, characters you care about, and a riveting story. I found it hard to put down. I've become a fan of this series and can't wait to read the next book."                                                                         -- The Qwillery                 Also The Qwillery interviews Edward Lazellari.