Tower of Bones

Tower of Bones Edwin Farmer looks around himself in confusion Nothing is as it should be The moon hangs high over the horizon and in the distance a campfire beckons With his first steps toward that flickering light
  • Title: Tower of Bones
  • Author: Connie J. Jasperson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tower of Bones
    Edwin Farmer looks around himself in confusion Nothing is as it should be The moon hangs high over the horizon and in the distance, a campfire beckons With his first steps toward that flickering light, Edwin begins the journey of a lifetime.Forced to become a warrior and a mage, he must transform himself into a hero Edwin must journey to the one place he never wanted tEdwin Farmer looks around himself in confusion Nothing is as it should be The moon hangs high over the horizon and in the distance, a campfire beckons With his first steps toward that flickering light, Edwin begins the journey of a lifetime.Forced to become a warrior and a mage, he must transform himself into a hero Edwin must journey to the one place he never wanted to be, fighting a desperate battle to rescue the woman he loves but has only met in his dreams.The Gods are at war and the land of Neveyah is the battleground Magic and destiny lie waiting in the Tower of Bones.
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    About " Connie J. Jasperson "

  • Connie J. Jasperson

    Connie J Jasperson lives and writes in Olympia, Washington A vegan, she and her husband share five children, eleven grandchildren and a love of good food and great music She is active in local writing groups, and is an editor for Myrddin Publishing Group An active member of the both the Steampunk Writers Artists Guild and Pacific Northwest Writers Association Music and food dominate her waking moments and when not writing or blogging she can be found with her Kindle, reading avidly.You can find her blogging on her writing life at Life in the Realm of Fantasyconniejjasperson.wordpress

  • 973 Comments

  • In the current fashion for dark gritty and typically miserable fantasy it has been a while since I have read a good straight forward heroic fantasy yarn Every now and then it s good for a fantasy fan to kick back and enjoy a traditional, good versus evil quest based adventure and Connie Jasperson s first book in the Neveyah series provides just that.Edwin is a simple lad raised on a farm and enjoying an inexplicable attractiveness to the ladies One seminal day his father tricks him into passing [...]


  • I evidently fall into a minority in my opinion about this book.Technically, I did not finish it At 20% I was struggling to continue At 30% I couldn t read any further Repetition is annoying in any book, but it s especially aggravating when a paragraph repeats what was written in the one just previous I found the dialogue too often juvenile and littered with exclamation points Seriously Did you see what I did there The protagonist is perfect in every way He is not shocked to be in a new world He [...]


  • In a word wonderful I m not in the habit of describing either characters or plot in a review since it s usually in the blurb and I hate having a story spoiled by over elaborate reviews, but suffice it to say I found both convincing and the world created by Connie Jasperson, totally believable.Occasionally, when I read fantasy, I get a sinking feeling that I ve been here before and the paint by numbers scenarios are looming on the horizon When this happens I try to read the rest, to give the auth [...]


  • Edwin Farmer goes after a stray sheep and falls through a sort of portal, as prophecied, into a parallel world of sorts where his family line reappears each generation to play an important role in the battle of good versus evil.The characters were likable and varied, and I particularly loved the natural way the use of magic and world building was done If there is a complaint I found pieces a bit repetitive in need of a slight smoothing edit and I have a personal preference for a bit choice vers [...]


  • Magic and mayhem, a kidnapped damsel to save, an evil mage to destroy, monsters to fight what can you want Oh, a handsome hero to take them all on, sure An innocent farm boy with no clue to his fabled family s past is pulled into an alternate world An untrained hero from a long line of heroes, he has to learn magic and battle skills in order to rescue a healing mage who was kidnapped by a crazed priest of the evil god Tauron A fun and engaging read, strong characters who interact very well with [...]


  • Enjoyable fantasy, about A farm boy who finds himself a mage in another land connected to his own I did find the constant references of the amazement of Edwin s friends at the newness of Edwin s abilities and how they would change magic as they knew a little tedious at times I just thought there could have been less talk about the way the magic worked and how he transformed it and the practicing of said magic.Overall a pleasant read.


  • Very good adventure book but the dialogue could have used some serious help It was very stiff, formal and way too polite for a group of travelers There was too much repeating like when you speak to someone who is a little slow or someone who is quite young The story was very engrossing and entertaining and I look forward to the next book.


  • Amazing I ve just finished reading this book for the 5th time, and now I m chomping at the bit for book 2, The Forbidden Road, which is due out according to the rumour mill either December or January 2013.You can really connect with the characters in this book, and you will find yourself laughing along with them as they joke around, and crying as they do.This is a must read


  • I really liked this book, however some of the dialog was a little too repetitive and simplistic I hope the author continues the story and continues to improve her technique I will be watching out for other works by this author.


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