Contemporary and epic fantasy with unforgettable characters, complicated families, and music in the sentences.

The Wide World's Enge

My review just went live at Black Gate for James Enge’s The Wide World’s End, a book I spent the last five months dying to get my hands on and the last week swimming in. It is every bit as good as I’d hoped it would be, and far more surprising than I thought an origin story for a long-established signature character could be.
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