Monday, December 30, 2013

The Knifes Edge Review

Welcome to my review of the Knifes edge by Matthew Wolf..

When legends come to life the world trembles from a single name. Ronin. Once-heroes from a different age, they wield elemental powers… wind, water, fire, stone, forest, sun, moon, flesh, and metal.

At the same time, a young man discovers his best friend with a sword in her stomach, and dark wings sprouting from her back. Guards rush onto the scene, accuse him of the act, and he is forced to flee. In a new world without his memories, Gray must find his way amid legends and darkness, as he wrestles with an elemental power inside himself.

A power all too similar to the infamous Ronin…

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My Review
Loose yourself in the next great epic fantasy.
This first novel has all the ingredients necessary in the recipe for a bestselling Fantasy.
1 Pound amazing new world (Daerval)
1 cup of adventure
A dash of magic
1 cup villains
A liberal handful of heroes
Stir well with plot twists
Frost with surprises.

Bake at 426 pages of Best Seller!
Matthew Wolf is the author of the Ronin Saga. Or maybe he's a Ronin. Either way, he's involved somehow. Aside from epic fantasy, he enjoys woodcrafting, outdoors, a bit of a health nut (Kale is good!), and trains in Kung Fu.
His childhood of traveling the world and studying Old English and Japanese influenced the schemes of the Saga, and the world of Daerval. He is a graduate from UCSB with a Literature degree with a specialization in Medieval Literature and Japanese.
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