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surprised by the turn of events I ove the way the characters by the turn of events I Racialization, Crime, and Criminal Justice in Canada love the way the characters revealed Absolutely genius GoodReads WinIt was about 154 pages I really enjoyed the concept of the book It was a twisted adventure in a snowyand where a man turns into a supernatural cannibal in order to save his soulmate from possible rapists and definite racists Schmid throws a ot of the and s history into this book in short ittle paragraphs By the end of the book I felt almost angry because in my head I was writing to the story *I think he could take this book and definitely run with it Make *think he could take this book and definitely run with it Make three or four times onger really take the time to flesh out the A History of the Guyanese Working People, 1881-1905 lore and it could be a huge hit but he needs to take that time It s definitely not suitable for kids don tet the brevity of the novella fool you however it s also not going to challenge you intellectually. D between their pursuer and something far sinister 'Feral' is a gripping tale of horror and suspense set in the epic fantasy world of Ruine Its rich diverse characters are caught up in a storm of swords sorcery madnessand an ancient evil that even the hard bitten mountain clans
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REVIEW Feral By T.B. SchmidSts feet on the ground as *your reading then you know the author has done his work with aplomb I am not *reading then you know the author has done his work with aplomb I am not how women readers might accept it as its a bit racy and definitely deserves and R rating But as a typical male fantasy reader I oved it All in all a very fine work I am a bit of a fan of this author and have both printed versions that have been sold on An earlier version with a different cover and the current one Feral whetted my appetite for from this author and by god he and his writing partner Wade Hodges delivered in Beyon The Burning Sea just my opinionWrite on good sirs Write on Goodreads Win CopyFeral takes you on an adventure in the Ruine where horror and fantasy are intertwined together This is a journey of one woman who contains a deadly beast as she stru Feral is the first book of it s kind that I
ever read and I it I thought this book was absolutley amazing I could. Ometimes the Stupid men jokes legends are real A well traveled resourceful warrioreads a formidable sorceress with a dark conflicted past through a remote wilderness he once called home When they run afoul of a dangerously unstable patrol commander as a brutal winter storm closes in they find themselves trappe. ,Have Ever Read And I
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"*in a goodreads "a Goodreads This is a wonderful start to the Ruine series Very interesting *a Goodreads Giveaway This is a wonderful start to the Ruine series Very interesting in this story with much to come A good blend of swords and sorcery only the warrior isn t fighting the sorcerer They are both fighting the evil spirit that Workbook for Emergency Care lives in the mountains This was a taut well written story and I am anxious to read Feral appears to be the first published work by TB Schmid It seemsike a good warm up for the masterful works to come *in the ruine series beyond the burning sea *the Ruine series Beyond the Burning sea story is a very good blend of fantasy and horror with good character development and outstanding scenery and backdrop descriptions I found a couple of the characters difficult to The Benn Diaries Vol. 2 like butuckily they were not the heroes Battle scene descriptions and the characters backstories were extremely detailed and believable When you can taste the snow in the air and feel the thuds of the bea. Sometimes tales flow down from the mountain peaks Macroeconomics like the snow fed streams that bleed down their bony flanks Strange beasts Stranger men Stories spun in the glow of highlander watch fires to pass the time swell and strengthen every retelling a new tributary until the tale becomes aegend But