• Hounds of Avalon Review

    by  • July 24, 2010 • reviews • 0 Comments

    “Each successive volume I read makes me fall further and further in love with Chadbourn’s overall vision, an immense narrative tapestry that utilizes countless mythologies, folk tales, legends, philosophies in what is in many ways a complex reimagining of the fantasy epic for the new millennium, built not only on extremely intelligent uses of well known and lesser known gods and tropes but even more importantly, on ideas“.

    From the ever-perceptive Robert William Berg at Rob Will Review.

    Plus Another favourable review of World’s End from Justin at fantasyliterature.com.

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